Innovation type
Sector
MeasureMean
IndicatorPercentage of graduates working in highly innovative workplaces, 2005 or 2008Percentage of graduates who play a role in introducing innovation, 2005 or 2008Percentage of graduates working in working in highly innovative workplaces and playing a role in introducing innovation, 2005 or 2008
Country
Austria72.59575.12658.671
Belgium69.5572.58358.071
Czech Republic
(w63.621
(w87.323
60.386
Finland
(x74.7
76.692
(x64.01
France
(w50.97
70.6
(w43.412
Germany65.65478.03359.265
Hungary
(x54.662
(w68.89
(x47.777
Italy
(y73.18
77.63660.503
Netherlands
(w76.996
78.673
(w65.255
Norway70.17375.40960.653
Poland69.42472.11554.2
Portugal
(x59.554
71.731
(w46.409
Spain64.895
(x69.337
(x52.214
Switzerland
(y73.149
74.90262.262
Turkey72.35576.08760.18
United Kingdom
(w78.676
72.57861.091
Estonia70.29
(w85.313
(y63.58
Lithuania71.867
(x85.702
(y64.41
Slovenia
(w78.408
76.861
(w64.021
Country mean68.985210526315876.083736842105358.23
Country total excluding Portugal69.80576.31459.049
Country total excluding Spain69.04675.97658.106
Legend:
wDifference with the country mean significant at the 0.01 level
xDifference with the country mean significant at the 0.05 level
yDifference with the country mean significant at the 0.1 level
Data extracted on 18 Apr 2019 22:39 UTC (GMT) from MyOECD

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