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The 2009 variation of schooling at a look: OECD signs permits nations to work out themselves within the mild of different international locations functionality. It offers a wealthy, similar and up to date array of signs at the functionality of schooling structures and represents the consensus considering on the right way to degree the present nation of schooling the world over. the symptoms examine who participates in schooling, what's spent on it and the way schooling platforms function and on the effects accomplished. The latter comprises signs on a variety of results, from comparisons of scholars functionality in key topic components to the impression of schooling on gains and on adults probabilities of employment. New fabric during this variation comprises first effects from the OECD instructing and studying foreign Survey (TALIS) on instructor practices in addition to instructor appraisal and feedback; an research of the social advantages of education; information on long term unemployment and involuntary part-time paintings between younger adults; a evaluation of traits in attainment; data at the incentives to take a position in schooling which convey the advantages of schooling in greenback volume throughout OECD nations; and a photograph of excellence in schooling for 15-year-olds, according to findings from the PISA examine. The ExcelTM spreadsheets used to create the tables and charts during this ebook can be found through the StatLinks published during this ebook. The tables and charts, in addition to the full OECD on-line schooling Database, are freely to be had through the OECD schooling web site at www.oecd.org/edu/eag2009. A condensed model of this booklet is additionally on hand: Highlights from schooling at a look 2009.

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6 Note: See Annex 3 for breaks in time series. Source: OECD. org/edu/eag2009). Please refer to the Reader’s Guide for information concerning the symbols replacing missing data. 5. 1 Source: OECD. org/edu/eag2009). Please refer to the Reader’s Guide for information concerning the symbols replacing missing data. 1787/664024334566 42 Education at a Glance © OECD 2009 chapter A To What Level Have Adults Studied ? 6. Proportion of age cohorts in skilled jobs (ISCO 1-3) by educational attainment (2006, 1998) Percentage of tertiary educated (ISCED 5/6) and below tertiary educated (ISCED 0-4) individuals in skilled jobs (ISCO 1-3) OECD countries Percentage of cohorts with tertiary education (ISCED 5/6) employed in skilled jobs Australia Austria Belgium Canada Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany1 Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy3 Luxembourg1 Netherlands2 Norway Poland Portugal Slovak Republic Spain Sweden1 Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom3 Partner countries United States4 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 2006 1998 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 25-64 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 77 81 83 83 80 m m m m m 80 75 76 81 77 76 81 80 82 79 75 76 82 85 78 74 80 85 89 79 64 65 66 69 66 63 67 71 69 66 93 95 95 95 94 94 95 95 95 95 81 86 88 89 86 79 86 88 88 85 81 81 82 86 82 73 79 80 89 78 74 83 88 91 81 79 88 91 94 85 79 78 78 78 78 74 75 78 75 76 87 91 92 92 90 91 92 91 92 92 85 87 94 88 88 m m m m m 65 74 80 80 72 m m m m m 79 86 92 96 86 80 88 92 94 88 96 96 98 99 97 96 96 97 97 97 85 89 90 91 88 87 91 92 95 90 79 88 90 91 86 80 88 90 92 86 80 92 92 91 87 91 94 94 93 93 83 90 93 95 88 91 94 94 96 93 89 92 93 94 92 90 95 96 95 94 59 65 75 81 66 59 74 82 82 69 78 87 89 91 86 92 94 95 96 94 82 80 79 81 80 77 78 82 80 79 73 79 85 83 77 m m m m m 76 81 82 80 80 79 85 87 83 83 63 65 66 67 65 63 66 67 68 66 Change between 1998 and 2006 (percentage points) 25-34 (6) 4 2 1 0 1 9 -5 5 -4 -1 0 -2 -1 -11 -8 -1 0 -13 5 -3 0 Percentage of cohorts with below tertiary education (ISCED 0-4) employed in skilled jobs Difference between (percentage points) 25-34 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 25-64 and 45-54 (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) 30 34 36 35 33 -6 m m m m m 33 31 29 30 31 4 24 24 22 28 24 2 22 25 27 32 26 -5 19 23 26 34 24 -7 23 26 26 26 25 -3 22 25 26 25 25 -4 29 33 29 32 31 -1 27 28 29 31 28 -2 19 24 25 25 23 -5 16 20 21 19 19 -5 29 25 23 25 25 6 27 28 27 25 27 0 19 23 27 31 24 -8 18 22 29 30 24 -11 31 30 30 31 30 1 26 27 28 28 27 -2 20 20 20 23 20 0 20 20 21 22 20 -1 25 30 30 30 29 -5 m m m m m a 19 25 27 32 25 -9 m m m m m a 28 32 34 40 33 -6 20 23 23 21 22 -3 25 27 27 33 27 -2 25 29 28 34 28 -3 33 36 37 34 35 -4 36 40 40 44 39 -4 20 26 26 26 25 -6 19 28 28 24 25 -9 16 18 21 22 19 -5 19 21 23 15 21 -4 14 16 19 18 17 -5 12 17 19 16 16 -7 25 26 24 25 25 0 22 25 28 26 25 -6 10 16 18 22 16 -7 14 19 20 20 18 -6 20 29 28 30 27 -8 31 34 38 34 34 -7 34 32 33 32 33 0 33 32 32 30 32 0 16 18 17 12 16 -1 m m m m m 28 30 28 26 28 -1 27 29 28 25 27 -1 15 18 19 20 18 -4 15 18 19 19 18 -4 OECD average 2006 1998 79 80 82 85 85 87 86 88 82 84 -2 23 23 26 25 26 27 28 26 26 25 -3 -4 Israel 2006 1998 2006 1998 73 73 90 90 71 69 93 93 69 68 93 93 67 68 94 94 70 70 92 92 -1 26 27 23 23 24 25 25 25 24 25 23 23 23 24 21 21 25 26 23 23 2 2 -1 -1 Slovenia 0 Note: The table only refers to the employed population.

In Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Japan, Korea and Norway and in the partner countries Israel and Slovenia, graduation rates equal or exceed 90%. Germany Finland Greece Japan Israel Norway Slovenia Korea Ireland Switzerland United Kingdom Czech Republic Iceland Denmark Italy Slovak Republic EU19 average Hungary Poland OECD average Canada1 United States Luxembourg New Zealand Spain Sweden Chile Portugal Turkey Mexico % 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Note: 1995 graduation rates are calculated on a gross basis whereas 2007 are calculated as net graduation rates (for countries with available data).

1999 instead of 1998. 2. 2000 instead of 1998. 3. Italy: change in survey methodology between 1998 and 2006 affects comparability. The United Kingdom: change in national occupation coding frame in 2000 affects comparability for ISCO. 4. ISCO groupings 3 and 9 in 2006 are not separated and thus distributed among remaining classification. Source: OECD. org/edu/eag2009). Please refer to the Reader’s Guide for information concerning the symbols replacing missing data. 1787/664024334566 Education at a Glance © OECD 2009 43 INDICATOR A2 How Many Students Finish Secondary Education and Access Tertiary Education?

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