Does gender matter for lifelong learning activity?

26 September 2013

Development and maintaining skills in a life course through various lifelong learning activities is crucial to sustain employability, particularly in the context of longer working lives and more competitive economic environment. In the paper we investigate the determinants and obstacles in lifelong learning from a gender perspective. Based on the results of Labour Force Survey and Adult Education Survey we investigate the extent educational activity of adults in Europe as well as look barriers and obstacles to lifelong learning.

publication year: 2013
language: english
Publications category: 
publishing series: IBS Working Paper
publication number: 03/2013
ISSN: 2451-4373
Projects related to this publication:

Warsaw School of Economics, Educational Research Institute

Instytut Badań Strukturalnych

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