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Educational attainment and labour force status", OECD Education at a glance (database), http://stats.oecd.org/Index.aspx?DataSetCode=EAG_NEAC

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Percentage of the adult population (aged 25 to 64).
The reference year is 2017 for all countries with the exception of 2015 for Brazil, Chile and the Russian federation.

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Educational attainment considers the number of adults aged 25 to 64 holding at least an upper secondary degree over the population of the same age, as defined by the OECD-ISCED classification.

.ES_EDUA..Data source(s) used

Educational attainment and labour force status", OECD Education at a glance (database), http://stats.oecd.org/Index.aspx?DataSetCode=EAG_NEAC

Unit of measure usedPercentageOther data characteristics

Percentage of the adult population (aged 25 to 64).
The reference year is 2017 for all countries with the exception of 2015 for Brazil, Chile and the Russian federation.

Key statistical concept

Educational attainment considers the number of adults aged 25 to 64 holding at least an upper secondary degree over the population of the same age, as defined by the OECD-ISCED classification.