Iceland -Lifelong learning participation 1 out of 3 -October 03, 2013

In 2012 71,900 people aged 16-74 took part in lifelong learning, either in school or other education with an instructor, in percentages 32.1% of the population (41.9% of unemployed and 30.9% of employed people). The share of the population aged 16-74 taking part in lifelong learning has increased since 2003. In 2003, 28.3% of the population took part in lifelong learning but the proportion was greatest in 2006 when it was 33.1%. The proportion of women taking part in lifelong learning is higher than among men. 

English: http://www.statice.is/Pages/444?NewsID=10146

 

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