Annex B: OECD Skills Outlook additional tables

 

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  • Table B1.1 Trends in mobile phone and Internet subscriptions, 1999-2009 and relative to 1999 proportions
  • Table B1.2 Percentage of businesses with Internet access, by firm size, 2010 or latest available year
  • Table B1.3 Percent of individuals who ordered or purchased goods or services on the Internet, 2007 and 2011, or latest available year
  • Table B1.4 Shares of added value of selected industrial sectors relative to the total economy, latest available year between 2005 and 2009
  • Table B1.5 Average annual percentage growth of share of professionals, associated professional and technicians, by industry, 1998-2008
  • Table B1.6 Change in share of employment between 1998 and 2008, by occupational groups designated as low-,medium- or high-skilled
  • Table B1.7 Share of employment in occupational groups, 1998-2009, and change in share since 1998, by country
  • Table B2.1 GDP per capita, USD
  • Table B2.2 Percentage of adults, by age and level of educational attainment
  • Table B2.3 Foreign-born population as a percentage of total population
  • Table B2.4a Average proportion of reading component items answered correctly, by literacy proficiency level
  • Table B2.4b Average time spent completing a reading component item, in seconds, by literacy proficiency level
  • Table B2.5a Percentage of adults with no computer experience
  • Table B2.5b Percentage of adults who failed ICT core test
  • Table B2.5c Percentage of adults who opted out of taking the computer-based assessment
  • Table B2.5d Percentage of adults who took the computer-based assessment
  • Table B2.5e Literacy and numeracy mean scores, by experience with computers and the computer-based assessment
  • Table B2.5f Percentage of adults at each level of engagement in ICT-related practices in everyday life, by experience with computers and the computer-based assessment
  • Table B2.5g Percentage of adults at each level of engagement in ICT-related practices at work, by experience with computers and the computer-based assessment
  • Table B2.6 Relationship between literacy proficiency and taking the paper-based assessment
  • Table B3.1 (L) Mean literacy proficiency, by age and gender, and score difference between men and women aged 16‑24
  • Table B3.1 (N) Mean numeracy proficiency, by age and gender, and score difference between men and women aged 16‑24
  • Table B3.2 Mean engagement in ICT-related practices, by gender, and difference between men and women
  • Table B3.3 Percentage of adults, by age
  • Table B3.4 Percentage of adults aged 16-65, by gender
  • Table B3.5 Percentage of adults aged 16-65, by parents’ educational attainment
  • Table B3.6 Percentage of adults aged 16-65, by level of educational attainment
  • Table B3.7 Percentage of adults aged 16-24, by education and work status
  • Table B3.8 Percentage of adults aged 16-65, by respondent’s and parents’ level of educational attainment
  • Table B3.9 Percentage of adults aged 45-65, by respondent’s and parents’ educational attainment
  • Table B3.10 Percentage of adults aged 16-65, by immigration background
  • Table B3.11 Percentage of adults aged 16-65, by immigrant and language background
  • Table B3.12 Percentage of adults aged 16-65, by immigrant, language and socio-economic background
  • Table B3.13 Percentage of adults aged 16-65, by immigrant and language background, and gender
  • Table B3.14 Percentage of adults aged 16-65 who worked during previous five years, by type of occupation
  • Table B3.15 Percentage of adults aged 16-65, by educational attainment and type of occupation
  • Table B3.16 Percentage of adults aged 16-65, by age, gender and type of occupation
  • Table B3.17 (L) Literacy proficiency, adjusted for socio-demographic characteristics
  • Table B4.1 Percentage of adults, by labour market status
  • Table B4.2 Percentage of unemployed adults, by length of unemployment
  • Table B4.3 Percentage of workers, by establishment size
  • Table B4.4 Percentage of workers, by contract type
  • Table B4.5 Percentage of workers, by type of occupation
  • Table B4.6 Percentage of workers, by type of industry
  • Table B5.1 Mean literacy proficiency in the International Adult Literacy Survey (1994-98), the Survey of Adult Skills (2012), and score difference between the two, by age
  • Table B5.2 Mean literacy proficiency in the International Adult Literacy Survey (1994-98), the Survey of Adult Skills (2012), and score difference between the two, by corresponding cohorts
  • Table B5.3 (L) Literacy proficiency, adjusted for socio-demographic characteristics and practice-oriented factors
  • Table S.B.1 Percentage of adults at each proficiency level in literacy, 1994-98
  • Table S.B.2 Percentage of adults at each proficiency level in literacy, 2003-07
  • Table S.B.3 Percentage of adults at each proficiency level in numeracy, 2003-07
  • Table S.B.4 Mean literacy proficiency and distribution of literacy scores, 1994-98
  • Table S.B.5 Mean literacy proficiency and distribution of literacy scores, 2003-07
  • Table S.B.6 Mean numeracy proficiency and distribution of numeracy scores, 2003-07
  • Table S.B.7 Change over time in mean literacy proficiency
  • Table S.B.8 Change over time in mean numeracy proficiency