Norway may increase the mandatory period of time in which children will attend school (from the age of 6-16 years old). This may expand their knowledge and allow them to find better job opportunities after graduating their upper education.
Norway’s unemployment rate is 4.0%. In the future, this rate may decrease even further, providing a growth within their economy as more individuals have access to a job or career.
Predictions of the Future for Norway’s Education
Norway may also have an decrease in their unemployment rates as more individuals obtain positions within various jobs and careers, and maintain them.
Credentialism may increase as outsourcing and globalization becomes popular. Norway’s high status of education may influence other countries to develop a similar education system.
This concludes our tour of Norway's education system, and work environment.
Hopefully, you can take this information to apply and compare it to the findings regarding your own school and work system. By doing so we can see the advantages and disadvantages within it, as well as how we can improve it. Thank you for reading!