DIGITUUR | 4. What characterises Estonia?
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What characterises Estonia?

The Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC) shows that in Estonia there are considerably more people over the age of 40 considering themselves too old for learning than there are in the majority of other European countries.

At the same time, people of Estonia often tend to be overqualified for their jobs.

In Estonia, 20% of employees have received financial support from their employers for formal studies as compared to the average 32% of the OECD countries.

In the case of non-formal learning, three quarters of the participants get financial support from their employers, which is comparable to other countries.