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Norway in top 10 on Human Capital

Norway is ranked at no. 7 in the first Human Capital Report, produced by the World Economic Forum in Geneva, Switzerland. 

According to the authors, the study “seeks to provide a holistic, long term overview on how well countries are leveraging their human capital and establishing workforces that are prepared for the demands of competitive economies.”

The study encompasses 122 countries, ranking them on four main pillars: Health and Wellness, Education, Workforce and Employment, and Enabling Environment.


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