What do these countries do to have such a high level of education?
It’s South Korea, according to the OECD’s assessment of the percentage of people between the ages of 25 and 34 who have completed tertiary education. Levels of higher education are becoming increasingly important as globalisation and technology reshape the needs of labour markets.
South Korea has invested heavilyand the share of public expenditure on education increased by 10 percentage points between 2005 and 2014, according to the OECD report, with spending up in primary, secondary, and tertiary education.
There’s a focus on science and technology subjects. South Korea’s share of graduates and new university entrants in engineering, manufacturing and construction is much higher than the OECD averages.
South Korea is also a country where many of the well educated are singles according to research where some of it has bene published in The Conversation
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