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OECD work on education and skills provides policymakers with the information they need to improve the quality of education worldwide.
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pays: College graduates earn >1.5 times more than those with high school education
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More than 60% of graduates projected to come from and in 2030
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OECD Education Apr 27
Children and young people across the OECD are seeing higher and higher rates
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OECD Education Apr 27
The future of development is | New blog post on
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OECDglobal Apr 24
How does rank in spending vis-à-vis its peers?
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OECD Education Apr 27
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OECD Education Apr 27
Free online debate w on "Rethinking How We Learn" 7 May 13:15 CEST
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OECD Education Apr 24
shows that moderate gaming is not associated with poorer performance in school
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OECD Education Apr 24
French, German, UK and US graduates represent less than 1/3 of talent pool
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OECD Education Apr 24
Join the free online debate w on "Rethinking How We Learn" 7 May
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OECD Education Apr 24
In 2013, 1.1% of 25-34 yos with tertiary education were from Australia. In 2030, the share is estimated to decrease to 0.9%.
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OECD Education Apr 24
On average, 40% of work while they study; how does your country compare?
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OECD Education Apr 23
The global talent pool has never been larger & will continue to expand to 2030 | New Edu Indicators in Focus
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OECD Education Apr 23
Job opportunities: We're looking for experienced analysts to work on , and policy
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OECD Education Apr 23
The global pool has taken on a dramatically different look, by
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OECD Education Apr 22
Are youth in your country attaining higher levels of than their parents?
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OECD Apr 22
The real test of a healthy is in the chances it gives to those at the bottom – Gurría
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OECD Education Apr 22
Young people are more likely to be on fixed-term contracts in &
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OECD Education Apr 21
Share your skills with the OECD Education & Skills team: Apply by 24 May
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PARIS21 Apr 21
In poor countries more than 2 out of 3 births never counted, why does this matter?
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