In these regions of Wielkopolska, the population gets the worst education [26.05.2023]
The level of education of the population in Poland is increasing. More than half of Poles already have at least a secondary education. According to the Central Statistical Bureau, over the past ten years, the percentage of people with primary education has decreased significantly – from 18.3 percent to 18.3 percent. in 2011 to 11.7 percent. in 2021. However, in Wielkopolska there are poor areas in which the percentage of the less educated is much higher. Details in our article.
According to the Central Bureau of Statistics, a positive phenomenon was observed in 2011-2021, which is the continuous increase in the level of education of the population.
– In 2021, the percentage of people with at least a secondary education was 55.5 percent (in 2011 – 48.5 percent), that is, it increased by 7 percentage points. The most dynamic increase (more than 30 percent) was registered in relation to persons with higher education, whose share increased from 17.1 percent in 2011 to 23.1 percent in 2021 (an increase of 6 percentage points) among the total population aged 13 years and over. – We read in the report of the Central Bureau of Statistics.
The number of people with master’s or master’s degrees in engineering or equivalent has increased by as much as 40 percent.
- High school graduates (including post-secondary) – 32.4 percent
- basic vocational education – 19.6 percent,
- Primary education – 18.3 percent.
– Over the past 10 years, the percentage of people with primary education has dropped significantly from 18.3 percent in 2011 to 11.7 percent in 2021, and people with less than secondary education from 4.9 percent to 3.1 percent. For 8%, the level of education is not specified According to the Central Bureau of Statistics.
In 2021, 19 percent of men and 26.9 percent of women have a college education. More people with higher education live in cities (27.4 percent). In rural areas, the percentage of these people is certainly lower and amounts to 16.6 percent.
- Jeremiah and Mazuri – 18.1 percent
- Podlasky – 17.1 percent
- Lodz – 16.2 percent
- Lublin – 16.1 percent
- Swietokrzyskie – 16.1 percent
- Kuyavian-Pomeranian – 15.7%
- West Pomeranian – 15.2 percent
- Subcarpathian – 14.7%
- Lubowski – 14.5%
- Pomeranian – 13.8%
- Greater PolandE – 13.8 percent
- Obol – 13.5%
- Lesser Poland – 13.0 percent
- Masovian – 12.9 percent
- Lower Silesia – 12.8 percent
- Silesia – 12.4 percent
We have examined which of the neighborhoods in Wielkopolska has the highest percentage of residents with primary and incomplete education. Details can be found in our photo gallery.
- Poznan 7.7% of the population has primary education
- Leszno – 10.4% of the population has primary education
- Poznan Province – 11.2% of the population has primary education
- Ostrow County – 12.2% of the population has primary education
- two universes – 11.2% of the population has primary education
- Kalish – 12.9% of the population has primary education
- Krotoszyn district – 13.7% of the population has primary education
- Rawicki County – 14.2% of the population has primary education
- Kippin County – 14.3% of the population has primary education
- Shrim County – 14.3% of the population has primary education
- Kocian County – 14.3% of the population has primary education
- Nowy Tomyśl County – 14.4% of the population has primary education
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