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Porcentaje de la poblacion que realizo al menos un curso de formacion relacionado con la cultura en el ultimo ano

Percentage of the population that took at least one training course related with culture in the last year

In the last year, some 5.9% of the population took a complementary training course linked to culture. Participation in this type of training rises with education level to reach 9.7% in the case of university education level. Participation also varies by gender, being higher among women (7.6%) than among men (4.1%)

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