Compare your country is a service provided by the OECD. You are invited to share this tool or to embed it into your website. Proficiency in literacy, numeracy and problem solving differs widely across the countries and economies who participated in the Survey of Adult Skills PIAAC. On average, adults in the highest performing countries have a more than 80 score-point advantage or more than ten years of formal schooling on the literacy and numeracy dimensions over the adult population in the lowest performing countries. Pass cursor over table headings for detailed indicator definition. Click on table headings to order countries on the selected indicator.
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Adult Literacy Population Assessments
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This unprecedented exercise provided countries with useful insights and data alowing to see how their adult population rank among other countries. In total, 51, adults aged 18 to 79 were interviewed using the same core questions, thirty countries and economies, including 17 OECD countries, participated in this international survey of financial literacy. The report was first published on October 12, in Auckland, New Zealand. We are sharing with you the key results and conclusions that were drawn below.
Such data provides evidence of the need for financial education, and indicates which groups are most in need. Repeated measures also help to indicate where improvements have been made and what more needs to be done. There is additional benefit in knowing how economies compare on key measures of financial literacy to identify those with successful financial education policies and those facing similar challenges, and to promote common solutions. This report therefore seeks to go beyond the national level by comparing levels of financial literacy and financial inclusion across countries and identify common patterns that may indicate shared challenges or effective solutions. The report provides the first high-level highlights of the survey.