Appendix table 1. Participation rates in personnel training, average of training days per participant and number of training days (expected value) per wage and salary earner in 2017 (wage and salary earners aged 18 to 64)

  Participation rate % Average of training days per participant in training 1) Expected value of training days per wage and salary earner
Age      
18–24  48 13,5  6,5
25–34 59 10,7 6,3
35–44 55 8,2 4,5
45–54 56 6,4 3,6
55–64 44 5,0 2,2
Sex      
Men 49 8,6 4,2
Women 58 7,4 4,3
Socio-economic group      
Upper-level employee 67 8,2 5,5
Lower-level employee 56 7,1 4,0
Worker 35 7,4 2,6
Level of education      
Basic level 31 10,6 3,3
Upper secondary level 49 8,6 4,2
Tertiary level 64 7,2 4,6
Enterprise size      
1 to 49 persons 50 8,4 4,2
50 to 99 persons 55 6,0 3,3
100 to 249 persons 57 8,6 4,9
250 to 499 persons 61 5,4 3,3
at least 500 persons 62 7,6 4,7
Employer type      
Central government sector 68 8,2 5,6
Local government sector 63 7,0 4,4
Private sector 47 8,7 4,1
Municipality group      
Urban 56 8,8 4,9
Semi-urban 45 6,9 3,1
Rural 46 4,6 2,1
Total 53 8,1 4,3
1) The number of training days for group (i) is derived with a formula where the average of training days is multiplied by the participation probability: Number of training days in category i = (Number of participants in training in category i / Number of persons belonging to category i) * Average of training days of participants in training in category i

Source: Participation in adult education 2017, Statistics Finland

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Updated 9.5.2018

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Participation in adult education [e-publication].
ISSN=2489-6926. Duration of education 2017, Appendix table 1. Participation rates in personnel training, average of training days per participant and number of training days (expected value) per wage and salary earner in 2017 (wage and salary earners aged 18 to 64) . Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 15.11.2019].
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