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Document Number: 6406

Labor Force Participation in Formal Work-Related Education in 2000-01 - This report examines how adults in the labor force use formal education and training to acquire and maintain their workforce skills. The report examines: (1) labor force participation in work-related education, (2) the role of postsecondary education in work-related education, (3) employer support for work-related education and (4) the role of employment-related inducements to participation. Participation in work-related education was fairly common, with 47% of adults engaging in one of six types of learning activities, with training courses being the most common, followed by postsecondary courses and programs. (Lisa Hudson, Rajika Bhandari, Katharin Peter and David B. Bills, National Center for Education Statistics, September 2005)...


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