YEREVAN, October 3. /ARKA/. Armenia placed 73rd among 122 countries in human capital ratings for 2013, reads the Human Capital Report 2013 of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
The report says Armenia’s rating has gone down due to low employment indicators (113th).
Armenia’s unemployment level is one of the highest ones in the world, at the same time training of staff is at a low level, say the authors of the report.
The report assigns highest among CIS countries positions to Kazakhstan (45th), followed by Russia (51st), Ukraine (63rd), Moldova (83rd) and Kyrgyzstan (92nd). Georgia placed 77th in the rating.
The WEF rating top countries are Switzerland, Finland, Singapore, the Netherlands and Sweden. The outsiders of the rating were Guinea, Mauritania and Yemen.
Over 50 indicators combined into 4 main groups (education and professional level; physical health and psychological welfare; employment; infrastructure, legal protection and social mobility) are considered in determining countries’ human capital levels.–0--