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The report provides an in-depth analysis of the results from the Survey of Adult Skills related to problem solving in technology-rich environments, along with measures concerning the use of ICT and problem solving. The Nordic countries and the Netherlands have the largest proportions of adults (around 40%) who score at the higher levels in problem solving, while Ireland, Poland and the Slovak Republic have the smallest proportions of adults (around 20%) who score at those levels.

A few years ago when Iceland applied for membership of the European Union, the Education and Training Service Centre was allocated funds to develop ways to collect and disseminate information and counselling with regard to competence in the labour market.

A few years ago when Iceland applied for membership of the European Union, the Education and Training Service Centre was allocated funds to develop ways to collect and disseminate information and counselling with regard to competence in the labour market.

This is an edited compilation of the research report ”Analysis of Nordic educational projects designed to meet challenges in society. Defining the success factors ”, developed by Jyri Manninen (University of Eastern Finland), Hróbjartur Árnason (University of Iceland), Anne Liveng (Roskilde University in Denmark) and Ingegerd Green (freelance consultant, Sweden) within the framework of the NVL’s Competence Project 2009–2012.

In the pursuit of national skill policies adapted to the needs of the labor market, Vox recently hosted a meeting with the major social partners to discuss how to cooperate going forward. Vox is the Norwegian Agency for Lifelong Learning.

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