Educational qualifications

Dynamic, resilient local economies
Education levels of survey respondents expressed as a percentage

Education is an essential component of community wellbeing, enabling humans to develop their intellectual potential and maximising their capacity to deal with all aspects of life. The education and skills base of community members can influence their capacity to gain employment and participate in their community. A more educated community also has greater capacity to engage in the emerging knowledge economy (CIV, 2006).

Data Source: 
Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Community Indicators Victoria (CIV) (2007) Metadata, Retrieved from
Survey Questions: 
49. What is the highest level of education you have completed? (select one only); Never attended school; some primary school; Completed primary school; Some high school; Completed high school (year 12);TAFE or Trade certificate or Diploma; University undergraduate degree or equivalent; Postgraduate university (Honours, Masters, PhD);Don’t know; Other (please specify) 10

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