Finland tops Human Capital Index again

The World Economic Forum’s Human Capital Index assesses the learning and employment outcomes of 130 countries across five age groups. The results indicate that Finland benefits from a well-educated young population with a near-universal basic education survival rate and the highest score for the quality of primary schools. Meanwhile, Finland’s core working population in the 25–54 age group has the highest tertiary educational attainment rate in Western Europe and fourth best overall in the world. The World Economic Forum’s Executive Opinion Survey also deduced that Finland has the greatest ease of finding skilled employees in the world. (Good News From Finland)



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