Share of 'Training Enterprises' in Hungary Low in EU Comparison
Around 38% of Hungarian companies met the criteria for classification as "training enterprises" in 2020, one of the lowest ratios in the European Union, according to data released by the EU statistical agency Eurostat.
Companies with 10 or more people on the payroll are considered "training enterprises" if their staff participate in continuing vocational training.
The ratio of such businesses in Hungary, down from 44% five years earlier, was the third-lowest in the EU, ahead of only Romania and Greece.
Training enterprise ratios in 2020 stood at 86% for the Czech Republic, 59% for Slovakia, and 41% for Poland.
The average rate for the EU as a whole was 67%.
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