Economic indicators in Norway

Introduction. Social indicators of development in norway. Social indicators. Statistics in Norway. Conclutions. References.

In 2000, the proportion of residents with higher education was 22 per cent for both males and females.

Graph 3 The proportion with higher education among younger age groups

The group with the largest share attaining a higher level of education is women aged 30-39 years, where 57 per cent have a higher education.

Graph 4 Level of education for immigrants. Tree most common reasons for immigration

Graph 5 Employed persons 15-74 years, by country of work and sector

Graph 6 Employed persons in per cent of persons 15-74 years. 2011 data.

2.2.3. Health care and social relations, survey on living conditions

Graph 10 Consumer price index. Percentage change from the same month one year before

Norway's one of the richest in the world and has a high standard of living, which takes care of human equality. In state almost does not exist massive wealth contrasts. The Norwegian economy is a prosperous welfare capitalism striking example, where are free market and government control. The country is controlling only certain areas such as the oil sector. The government also subsidizes agriculture and fishing.

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