Korea provides a highly skilled workforce, many with a college degree or higher.
Korea is passionate about education and has a high college graduation rate.
This rate in the 25‐34 age group is 70%, the highest among OECD nations.
Source: OECD "Education at a Glance 2017"
In the QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings which is announced every year after a comprehensive evaluation of curriculum, academic achievements, access to education and financial support, Korea ranked the ninth in the world and the second in Asia.
Source : Quacquarelli Symonds (2016)
Korean workers are very diligent and the labor turnover rate is relatively much lower than other Asian countries. The combination of low turnover rate and hard-working culture is why Korea’s labor productivity has risen faster than any other country's over the past decade.
Source : Ministry of Employment and Labor, US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Nomura Securities, Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management, Aon Hewitt