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Journal: The Journal CONTEMPORARY ECONOMY (Vol.1, No. 3)

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Page : 110-127

Keywords : education; formal education; life-long learning.;

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Lack of education generates unfathomable repercussions both on the individual and on the society. A State spends more money on an uneducated person than on a person that has benefited of educational services, regardless of the level graduated. A piece of information that is valid today and which we can test, might be outdated after a while, and this higlights the fact that a man should not stop his educational process as soon as he finishes his high school or university studies but should remain forever connected to what is new. Education is a topic arousing the interest of many specialists, yet also the priority axis of the European strategies. The novelty brought by the present paper is that beside a solid conceptual approach we have also realized a research based on a survey approached from two perspectives (the perception of present beneficiaries of formal education and the perception of people who finished their studies). The general conclusion of the paper is that a society without educated people is an endangered society.

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