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The target for higher level skills in an international context

Jagger, N. and Morris, Stephen and Pearson, R. (1996) The target for higher level skills in an international context. Report, 307 . Institute for Employment Studies, Brighton. ISBN 9781851842339

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Abstract

Commissioned by NACETT (the National Advisory Council on Education and Training Targets) the study examines the appropriateness of the Higher Level Skills Lifetime Learning Target in an international context; this Target states that 30 per cent of the working population should be qualified to NVQ Level 4 and above by the year 2000. The study compares the position in seven competitor countries with the situation in the UK, using comparable data on their economies, demographics and output at NVQ Level 4 and above. Countries covered are: Australia, France, Germany, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and the USA.

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