According to recent official statistics, about 84% of nationals working in the government and private sector are below college education qualifications, half are moderate, and 43% of labor market citizens have a college degree. I am.
Statistics The statistics issued by the Central Bureau are as follows.
— 36,964 qualifications above high school and below college
— Equivalent to 322,766 high school qualifications
— 717,239 have average qualifications
— 129924 Main qualifications
— 7767 can only be read and written
Family sector (such as employees) is included, according to recently published statistics on the numerical and relative distribution of employment by sector, education level, nationality and gender, depending on the situation through March 31, 2022. Not done. The percentage of expatriates who do not read or write does not exceed 0.5%, but the percentage of primary degree holders is about 9%, the percentage of secondary school holders is 22.3%, and the percentage of high school and lower holders is 2. It is 5%. The largest percentage of people with an intermediate degree is 49.5%.
On the other hand, the number of residents with a university degree is 214,858 (14.8%), and the number of graduate students is 14,244 (1%).
For citizens, the number of public and private sectors is 434,825, most of which are shown numerically as college students.
Citizens are distributed according to their level of education as follows:
— 20,005 graduate-qualified graduates (about 4.5 percent)
— 187,721 have a college degree (about 43%)
— 57,036 qualifications above high school and below college (about 13 percent)
— 91,923 people have a high school diploma or equivalent (about 21 percent)
— 48,428 is medium (about 11 percent)
In addition, there are 10,001 people with primary qualifications, 46 people who can only read and write, 2 people who cannot read and write, and 19,663 people whose education level is not fixed.
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