In 2010, six in ten (60.4%) of the Queensland population aged 25-64 years had a non-school qualification. This proportion has increased steadily since 2000 when less than half (46.4%) of the population had such a qualification.
Nationally, the proportion rose to 63.2% with the ACT having the highest rate, at 74.6%, and Tasmania the lowest, at 59.1%.
Footnote(s): (a) Proportion of persons aged 24-65 years with a non-school qualification
Non-school qualifications are awarded for educational attainments other than those of pre-primary, primary or secondary education. They include qualifications at the following broad levels of education:
Post Graduate Degree; Master Degree; Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate; Bachelor Degree; Advanced Diploma and Diploma; and Certificates I, II, III and IV levels. (Education Variables (cat. no. 1246.0)). Non-school qualifications may be attained concurrently with school qualifications.
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