Scottish Cities

Qualifications of working age population across Scottish Cities

Working Age Qualifications - Scottish Cities (2018)

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Across Scotland in 2017, just under one third (32.6%) of those aged 16-64 had a degree or professional qualification, while only 5.9% had no qualifications.  A higher proportion of working age adults in Glasgow had a degree or professional qualification (42.4%), but there was also a higher proportion of adults without any qualifications (8.2%).

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