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>> Education Indicators in Focus - No. 71

How do young people’s educational attainment and labour-market outcomes differ across regions?


What regional data tells us about educational attainment and labour-market outcomes


  Different regions often display large differences in educational attainment and employment outcomes, highlighting the importance of monitoring regional as well as national indicators and the need for government to develop tailored policy responses to ensure the benefits of education reach the whole country.

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How No. 70 How can the comparability of early childhood education and care statistics be improved?   by Éric Charbonnier 

No. 69 How does socio-economic status influence entry into tertiary education?   by Manon Costinot, Camila de Moraes

No. 68 What characterises upper secondary vocational education and training?   by Corinne Heckmann, Giovanni Maria Semeraro, Majda Benzidia

No. 67 Why does the Sustainable Development Goal on Education (SDG 4) matter for OECD countries?   by Manon Costinot, Fatine Guedira and Corinne Heckmann

No. 66 How much would it cost to reduce class size by one student? by Camila de Moraes

No. 65 How do the educational attainment and labour market outcomes of foreign-born adults compare to their native-born peers?  by Markus Schwabe, Vanessa Denis and Simon Normandeau

No. 64 How decentralised are education systems, and what does it mean for schools?  by Fatine Guedira, Corinne Heckmann and Pauline Le Pape

No. 63 How do admission systems affect enrolment in public tertiary education?  by Etienne Albiser

No. 62 How does the earnings advantage of tertiary-educated workers evolve across generations?  by Markus Schwabe and Simon Normandeau

No. 61 How is the tertiary-educated population evolving?  by Manon Costinot, Fatine Guedira and Corinne Heckmann

No. 60 How is depression related to education? by Simon Normandeau

No. 59 How does access to early childhood education services affect the participation of women in the labour market? by Eric Charbonnier

 No. 58 How do primary and secondary teachers compare?  by Marie-Helene Doumet

No. 57 Is labour market demand keeping pace with the rising educational attainment of the population  by Markus Schwabe

No 56 Who really bears the cost of education? How the burden of education expenditure shifts from the public to the private sector by Daniel Sánchez Serra

No. 55 What are the gender differences and the labour market outcomes across the different fields of study? by Simon Normandeau and Junyeong Park

No. 54 Transition from school to work: How hard is it across different age groups? by Simon Normandeau and Markus Schwabe

No 53 have teachers' salaries evolved and how do they compare to those of tertiary-educated workers?, by Etienne Albiser and Michael Jacobs

No. 52 Who bears the cost of early childhood education and how does it affect enrolment?, by Giovanni Maria Semeraro

No. 51 Tuition fee reforms and international mobility,by Gabriel Marconi and Daniel Sánchez Serra

No. 50 Educational attainment and investment in education in Ibero-American countries, by Gara Rojas González and Daniel Sanchez Serra

No. 49 Gender imbalances in the teaching profession, by Manon Costinot

No. 48  A snapshot of 50 years of trends in expanding education, by Markus Schwabe

No. 47 How are health and life satisfaction related to education?, by Simon Normandeau and Gara Rojas Gonzalez

No. 46 What influences spending on Education?, by Camila de Moraes

 No. 45 Fields of education, gender and the labour market, by Gara Rojas González , Simon Normandeau and Rie Fujisawa

No. 44 Attainment and labour market outcomes among young tertiary graduates, by Gabriele Marconi and Markus Schwabe

No. 43 Subnational variations in educational attainment and labour market outcomes, by Markus Schwabe, Rachel Dinkes and Tom Snyder

No.42 What are the benefits from early childhood education?, by Diogo Amaro de Paula

No. 41 How much do tertiary students pay and what public support do they receive?, by Eric Charbonnier

No. 40 Teachers’ ICT and problem-solving skills: Competencies and needs, by Elian Bogers, Gabriele Marconi and Simon Normandeau

No. 39 The internationalisation of doctoral and master’s studies by Gabriele Marconi

No. 38 How is learning time organised in primary and secondary education? by Eric Charbonnier

No. 37 Who are the bachelor's and master's graduates? by Corinne Heckmann and Camila de Moraes

No. 36 What are the benefits of ISCED 2011 classification for indicators on education? by Etienne Albiser and Eric Charbonnier

No. 35 How do differences in social and cultural background influence access to higher education and the completion of studies? by Corinne Heckmann and Camila de Moraes

No. 34 What are the advantages today of having an upper secondary qualification? by Markus Schwabe and Eric Charbonnier

No. 33 Focus on vocational education and training (VET) programmes by Diogo Amaro de Paula, Éric Charbonnier, Margarita Kalamova

No. 32 Are Education and Skills being distributed more Inclusively? by Dirk van Damme

No. 31 How is the global talent pool changing (2013, 2030)? by Corinne Heckmann and Soumaya Maghnouj

No. 30. Education and Employment - What are the gender differences? by Eric Charbonnier,  Simon Normandeau and Gara Rojas González

No. 29. How Much Time Do Teachers Spend on Teaching and Non-teaching Activities? by Eric Charbonnier and Ignacio Marin

No. 28. Are young people attaining higher levels of education than their parents? by Etienne Albiser and Gara Rojas González

No. 27. What Are the Earnings Advantages from Education? by Eric Charbonnier and Simon Normandeau

No. 26. Learning Begets Learning: Adult Participation in Lifelong Education, by Simon Normandeau and Gara Rojas González

No. 25. Who are the doctorate holders and where do their qualifications lead them? by Eric Charbonnier, Joris Ranchin and Laudeline Auriol

No. 24. How innovative is the education sector? by Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin and Gwénaël Jacotin

No. 23. At what age do university students earn their first degree? by Dirk Van Damme and Corinne Heckmann

No. 22. How much time do primary and lower secondary students spend in the classroom? by Eric Charbonnier and Nhung Truong

No. 21.  How much are teachers paid and how much does it matter?  by Eric Charbonnier

No. 20. How old are the teachers? by Dirk Van Damme

No. 19. What are tertiary students choosing to study? by David Valenciano

No. 18. What is the impact of the economic crisis on public education spending? by Eric Charbonnier and Joris Ranchin

No. 17. Does upper secondary vocational education and training improve the prospects of young adults? by Rodrigo Castaneda Valle

No. 16. How can countries best produce a highly-qualified young labour force? by Dirk Van Damme

No. 15. How are university students changing? by Ignacio Marin and Corinne Heckmann


No. 14. How is international student mobility shaping up? by Cuauhtemoc Rebolledo-Gómez and Joris Ranchin

No. 13. How difficult is it to move from school to work? by Karinne Logez

No. 12. Which factors determine the level of expenditure on teaching staff? by Eric Charbonnier and Etienne Albiser

No. 11. How do early childhood education and care (ECEC) policies, systems and quality vary across OECD countries? by Miho Taguma

No. 10. What are the social benefits of education? by Koji Miyamoto

No. 9 How does class size vary around the world? by Elisabeth Villoutreix

No. 8 Is increasing private expenditure, especially in tertiary education,associated with less public funding and less equitable access? by Dirk Van Damme

No. 7 How well are countries educating young people to the level needed for a job and a living wage? by Dirk Van Damme

No. 6 What are the returns on higher education for individuals and countries? by J.D. LaRock

No. 5 How is the global talent pool changing? by Pedro Garcia de León, Corinne Heckmann and Gara Rojas González

No: 4 How pronounced is income inequality around the world and how can education help reduce it? by Ji Eun Chung

No: 3 How are girls doing in school – and women doing in employment – around the world? by Eric Charbonnier and Corinne Heckmann

No. 2: How are countries around the world supporting students in higher education? by J.D. LaRock

No. 1: How has the global economic crisis affect people with different levels of education? by J.D. LaRock


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