Current Individual and Retrospective Factors Associated with Lifelong Learning among 50-64 Year Olds in the Baltic States
Keywords:lifelong learning, older adults, personality traits, retrospective factors, Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE)
This research is aimed to analyse the role of current and retrospective factors in participation in educational and training courses among 50-64year-old adults from the Baltic states. A sample of 3448 working age adults was drawn from SHARE wave 7 database Analysis shows significant cross-country differences with the highest proportion of attendance in Estonia. Participation is related to personality traits, being active in the labour market, education level and some retrospective factors.
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