Inequalities in education and health PDF Print E-mail
Written by Karolina   
Friday, 09 November 2012 11:32

There is broad political consensus that formal education and skills are essential for economic growth and social inclusion at the community level. At the individual level, formal education is an important source of employment, income and social inclusion. With increasing education the chance of unemployment and exclusion from the labour market decreases, average income increases, organisational and political participation increase, and the average health status improves. In this way, more education to more people represents an efficient investment in both the individual's and society's "human capital".


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