NORWAY Ranks No 1 in the Human Capital Index of the World Economic Forum for 2017.
It may be known by the anonymous-sounding term ‘human capital’, but it is about teaching, learning and training; it’s about investing in people. And how we do it is a key factor in ensuring economic growth in the future.
So who is doing it well? With only 62% of the world’s human capital stock fully developed, the United States and Germany are among the best-performing nations in a top 10 dominated by smaller European countries.
Norway has been ranked as the best-performing country in the world when it comes to the skill and education of its population, in the new Human Capital Report 2017.