Adult skills in Greece lacking, indicates OECD survey

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The share of adults in Greece who score at the highest levels of proficiency in literacy, numeracy and problem solving is considerably smaller than the OECD average, an adult skills audit by the Paris-based organisation has found.

Only about one in 20 adults in Greece attain the highest levels of proficiency (level 4 or 5) in literacy, compared to around one in 10 adults (10.6 percent) on average across the OECD countries that participated in the survey.

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