Lifelong learning

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33% of high school graduates never read another book the rest of their lives and 42% of college grads never read another book after college.[1]

Lifelong learning means that learning is a process that occurs at all times and in all places. It should be a process of continuous learning that is directed towards not only providing the individual needs, but also that of the wider community."[2]

Lifelong learning as a prevention to income growth stalling

In the United States, most people's income growth stalls around 45 years of age because they have stopped learning new work skills and related knowledge.[3]

"Do you see a man skillful in his work? He will stand before kings; he will not stand before obscure men.' - King Solomon (Proverbs 22:29)

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  1. Sobering Statistics About Readers Today
  2. Lifelong Learning: What does it Mean?, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Volume 28, 2011, Pages 470-474
  3. How to Double Your Income, Valuetainment YouTube channel