Looking at the potential labour market impact of raising the proportion of the population qualified to Level 3 or higher in England to match Germany levels.

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Labour market impact of progressing more learners to Level 3

Ref: DFE-00348-2018PDF, 259KB, 11 pages

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The analysis combines data from a range of sources to give an estimate of the impact, including the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the Labour Force Survey (LFS) and DfE official statistics and commissioned research.

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