Romania was last in the EU in 2020 in the number of graduates aged between 30 and 34, according to Eurostat data.
Thus, in 2020, just over 26% of young people aged between 30 and 34 were graduates of higher education.
In the European Union, 41% of young people in this age group were graduates of higher education last year.
The highest share of higher education graduates aged 30-34 was registered in Luxembourg – 62.2%, followed by Cyprus – 59.8% and Lithuania – 59.6%.
On the other hand, the lowest values were registered in Romania – 26.4%, Italy – 27.8% and Hungary, with a share of 33.2% of graduates of higher education aged 30-34, informs Ziarul Financial.
Source: Jurnalul.ro by jurnalul.ro.
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