OECD – Education Indicators in Focus

  • The expansion of higher education in rapidly-developing G20 nations has reduced the share of tertiary graduates from Europe, Japan and the United States in the global talent pool.
  • If current trends continue, China and India will account for 40% of all young people with a tertiary education in G20 and OECD countries by the year 2020, while the United States and European Union countries will account for just over a quarter.
  • The strong demand for employees in “knowledge economy” fields suggests that the global labourmarket can continue to absorb the increased supply of highly-educated individuals.

OECD EDUCATION INDICATORS IN FOCUS – How is the global talent pool changing?



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