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Table B.3.13. OECD: Percentage distribution of men with at least upper secondary education, by age group and country: 2009

Country Age group
25-64 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64
OECD average 74 80 77 72 66
           
OECD countries          
Australia 74 81 75 71 66
Austria 87 90 89 87 81
Belgium 70 82 76 66 57
Canada 86 91 89 85 80
Chile 70 85 74 67 46
           
Czech Republic 94 95 95 95 92
Denmark 78 84 81 73 74
Estonia 86 83 91 91 80
Finland 80 88 86 80 66
France 71 83 76 64 59
           
Germany 88 86 88 89 89
Greece 60 70 66 56 42
Hungary 84 86 84 84 81
Iceland 67 65 68 67 68
Ireland 68 83 74 61 45
           
Israel 80 84 82 76 74
Italy 54 67 55 50 41
Japan
Korea 84 97 95 79 55
Luxembourg 80 83 81 79 78
           
Mexico 37 43 38 36 25
Netherlands 75 80 77 74 71
New Zealand 74 78 77 72 68
Norway 81 81 83 78 81
Poland 88 92 91 88 80
           
Portugal 27 43 27 21 15
Slovak Republic 93 95 95 93 90
Slovenia 85 92 84 83 81
Spain 51 59 55 48 35
Sweden 84 90 90 83 73
           
Switzerland 90 92 91 90 89
Turkey 35 47 32 29 23
United Kingdom 77 82 78 75 73
United States 88 87 87 88 89
           
Other G20 non-OECD member countries          
Argentina
Brazil 39 49 39 32 25
China
India
Indonesia
           
Russian Federation1 88 89 93 88 73
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
— Not available.
1Year of reference 2002.
NOTE: Upper secondary education (normally called high school or senior high school) does not include ISCED 3C (International Standard Classification of Education) short programs.
SOURCE: Data from Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). (2011). Education at a Glance: OECD Indicators 2011, web table A1.2b, Paris: Author.
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