Household Consumption Expenditure on Education in Spain

"Household Consumption Expenditure on Education in Spain
Household consumption expenditure on education in Spain attained a value of 12.9 billion in 2020. It recorded a growth of 7.7% in 2020 compared to the previous year. Between 2010-2021, the household consumption expenditure on education in Spain increased by 11.7%. The indicator in Spain was highest in the year 2014 and lowest in the year 2015 between 2010 and 2020.

This indicator refers to household consumption expenditure on education. Education includes expenses on educational goods, schools, colleges, and other vocational educational services. Data is primarily sourced from household budget surveys, consumer expenditure, and national accounts datasets, hence there may be definitional or methodological differences between countries.

Household Consumption Expenditure on Education: Global Scenario
According to GlobalData, the countries with the highest household consumption expenditure on education in 2020 were the United States, Australia, Germany, Canada, Spain, Mexico, Italy, Colombia, France, and Hong Kong.

Montenegro, Estonia, Iceland, Malta, Lithuania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Croatia, and Mongolia are the countries with the lowest household consumption expenditure on education in 2020.

Between 2010 and 2021, Mongolia, Bulgaria, Singapore, Namibia, Austria, Thailand, Iceland, Azerbaijan, Australia, and Hungary were some of the countries with the highest household consumption expenditure on education. Romania, Greece, Italy, the Czech Republic, Portugal, Norway, Ukraine, Estonia, Turkey, and Mexico are the countries with the lowest household consumption expenditure on education."