Finland was successful
Top Ten This year’s edition of the Human Capital Index is dominated by European countries. Particularly the Nordics and Benelux states, with two countries from the Asia and the Pacific region and one country from the North America region also making it into the top 10. The leaders of the Index are high-income economies that have placed importance on high educational attainment and a correspondingly large share of high-skilled employment. Finland is the best-performing country in the world when it comes to building and leveraging its human capital potential and taking the top spot on the Under 15 and 25–54 Age Group pillars and scoring in the top 10 for the remaining age groups.
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