Labor force with basic education (% of total working-age population with basic education) - Country Ranking - Europe

Definition: The percentage of the working age population with a basic level of education who are in the labor force. Basic education comprises primary education or lower secondary education according to the International Standard Classification of Education 2011 (ISCED 2011).

Source: International Labour Organization, ILOSTAT database. Data retrieved in November 2017.

See also: Thematic map, Time series comparison

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Rank Country Value Year
1 Iceland 67.80 2016
2 United Kingdom 49.30 2016
3 Albania 48.60 2015
4 Norway 46.00 2016
5 Portugal 43.80 2016
6 Switzerland 43.30 2016
7 Sweden 41.60 2016
8 Spain 40.30 2016
9 Denmark 38.00 2016
10 Netherlands 35.40 2016
11 Moldova 34.00 2016
12 Serbia 32.70 2016
13 Estonia 32.00 2016
13 Cyprus 32.00 2016
15 Austria 30.80 2016
16 Luxembourg 29.50 2016
17 Germany 29.40 2016
18 Turkey 28.10 2016
19 Latvia 27.80 2016
20 Malta 24.70 2016
21 France 24.30 2016
22 Greece 24.00 2016
23 Romania 22.90 2016
24 Italy 22.60 2016
25 Belgium 21.70 2016
26 Hungary 20.80 2016
27 Finland 20.50 2016
28 Slovenia 20.00 2016
29 Bosnia and Herzegovina 18.80 2014
30 Ireland 18.70 2016
31 Macedonia 17.90 2016
32 Bulgaria 17.60 2016
33 Czech Republic 17.40 2016
34 Ukraine 17.10 2015
35 Slovak Republic 16.00 2016
36 Croatia 15.60 2016
37 Montenegro 11.80 2012
38 Poland 10.90 2016
39 Lithuania 8.80 2016

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Aggregation method: Weighted average

Periodicity: Annual