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Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC)

Chapter 5: The Outcomes of Investment in Skills

 

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Figure 5.1    Mean proficiency in literacy, by labour force status
Figure 5.2    Effect of education and literacy proficiency on the likelihood of being employed
Figure 5.3    Distribution of wages, by literacy proficiency level
Figure 5.4    Effect of education, literacy proficiency and use of reading at work on wages
Figure 5.5    Contribution of education, literacy and numeracy to the variation of hourly wages
Figure 5.6    Contribution of education, literacy and numeracy to the variation of hourly wages, by age group and gender
Figure 5.7    Qualification, literacy and field-of-study mismatch
Figure 5.8a   Overqualified workers who are mismatched by literacy or field of study
Figure 5.8b   Field-of-study mismatched workers who are mismatched by qualification or literacy
Figure 5.9     Overqualification, by individual and job characteristics
Figure 5.10   Overskilling in literacy, by individual and job characteristics
Figure 5.11   Field-of-study mismatch, by individual and job characteristics
Figure 5.12   Effect of qualification, literacy and field-of-study mismatch on wages
Figure 5.13    Literacy proficiency and positive social outcomes
Figure 5.14    Private health expenditure and association between literacy and self-reported health


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Table A5.1(L)     Mean proficiency in literacy, by labour force status
Table A5.1(N)    Mean proficiency in numeracy, by labour force status
Table A5.1(P)    Mean proficiency in problem solving in technology-rich environments, by labour force status
Table A5.2(L)     Effect of education and literacy proficiency on the likelihood of being employed
Table A5.2(N)    Effect of education and numeracy proficiency on the likelihood of being employed
Table A5.3(L)     Distribution of wages among employees, by level of literacy proficiency
Table A5.3(N)    Distribution of wages among employees, by level of numeracy proficiency
Table A5.4         Effect of education, literacy proficiency and reading use at work on wages
Table A5.5         Contribution of education, literacy and numeracy to the variation in hourly wages
Table A5.6a       Contribution of education, literacy and numeracy to the variation in hourly wages, by age group.
Table A5.6b       Contribution of education, literacy and numeracy to the variation in hourly wages, by gender
Table A5.7         Qualification, literacy and field-of-study mismatch
Table A5.8a       Overqualified workers who are mismatched by literacy or field of study
Table A5.8b       Field-of-study mismatched workers who are mismatched by qualification or literacy
Table A5.9         Overqualification, by individual and job characteristics
Table A5.10       Overskilling in literacy, by individual and job characteristics
Table A5.11       Field-of-study mismatch, by individual and job characteristics
Table A5.12       Effect on wages of qualification, literacy and field-of-study mismatch
Table A5.13 (L)  Percentage of adults reporting positive social outcomes, by literacy proficiency
Table A5.13 (N)  Percentage of adults reporting positive social outcomes, by numeracy proficiency
Table A5.14 (L)  Marginal effects of literacy proficiency on adults reporting positive social outcomes
Table A5.14 (N)  Marginal effects of numeracy proficiency on adults reporting positive social outcomes
Table A5.15        Share of total current expenditure on health funded by the private sector (2012)

 

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