Firms offering formal training (% of firms) - for all countries


The series "Company training" contains 310 data rows in 1 data sets for 140 countries.
Firms offering formal training are the percentage of firms offering formal training programs for their permanent, full-time employees.
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Firms offering formal training (% of firms) Firms offering formal training are the percentage of firms offering formal training programs for their permanent, full-time employees. /statistic/firms%20offering%20formal%20training

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