Educational boom in Poland

May 15 2015
Educational boom in Poland increased the share of working-age people with tertiary degree from 12% in 2001 to 26% in 2013.

The share of people with tertiary degree will further increase till last low-education cohorts exit the labour market. However, according to demographic projections, Poland is one of three EU countries whose workforce will shrink the most. The number of people at working age will fall by 4.6 million by 2040. Thus, there will be fewer people on the labour market, but they will be better educated and more productive.

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