THE ROLE OF EDUCATION SYSTEM IN HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT
Keywords:human capital, education, level of education, human factor, concept of pedagogical education, lifelong learning.
This article examines the concept of human capital and its importance for education, the importance of education as the main factor affecting the formation and accumulation of human capital.
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