In Lithuania, lifelong learning is changing positively, but slowly. The lifelong learning rate among the population aged 25-64 is 8.5%, compared to an EU average of 10.8%. Even lower, at only 3.8%, is the rate among those who have left the labour market. Lithuania is among the last countries in the EU with the lowest participation rates, with only Poland and Romania having lower rates.

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