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|Description:||Today, skills are a chief concern for our societies. In a knowledge-based, integrated economy where labour markets are increasingly flexible, skills represent one of the most valuable assets workers can have. They need to be nurtured and renewed constantly if living standards are to be maintained, let alone increased. That is why lifelong learning is now at the top of government policy agendas in OECD member countries.|
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