Value added in education reached EUR 1,033.2 mln (EUR 1 bln) of 6.6% of gross value added (GVA) in 2010. Gross output was EUR 1,187.7 mln in the same period.
In private education, the biggest contribution to value added was from “other education” (presumably afternoon private lessons), which accounted for 34.1%.
Tertiary education accounted for 19.8%, general secondary education 18.7% and Pre-primary and primary education 13.7%.
In public education the biggest contribution to value added was general secondary education, at 44.2% and pre-primary and primary education, at 38.3%.
Employment in education reached 24,734, or 6.0% of the gainfully employed population.
Investment in education fell in 2010 to EUR 132.1 mn from EUR 137.9 mn in 2009. Investment in buildings and other works accounted for EUR 76.9 mn, in machinery and equipment EUR 23.4 mn, in furniture and fixtures EUR 30.0 mn and in transport equipment EUR 1.8 mn.
In the healthcare sector, value added at current market prices reached EUR 611.0 mln in 2012 and accounted for 4.1% of gross value added, while gross output reached EUR 956.4 mln.
Employment reached 16,841 persons, or 4.5% of the gainfully employed population.
Gross fixed capital formation in 2010 decreased by 20.9% to EUR 28.4 mln from EUR 35.9 mln in 2009. Investment in new buildings accounted for EUR 9.4 mln, in machinery and equipment EUR 15.0 mln, in furniture and fixtures EUR 3.3 mln and in transport equipment EUR 0.7 mln.
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