But if you their incomes to other high earners, doctors in the US are actually kind of middling by OECD standards.
But according to the OECD, it's so: 1,554 hours vs. 1,419 hours.
Back in 2010, when the OECD called for big rate increases, it did an odd thing: it contradicted its own economic forecast.
Behold the rate of per-capita cost growth in the OECD from 2004-2010.
Finland's education system is rated the best in the world by the OECD.
(Maan) Israel's immigrants star in OECD education ranking - Non-native Israelis have higher employment rates than sabras.
A similar pattern emerges from OECD data covering 25 industrialized countries from 2001 to 2010.
Here's a thought: Canada and Poland are among the two best-performing economies in the OECD.
The average VAT rate in OECD countries is barely above what it was in 1984: 17.75 percent then versus 18.5 in 2011.
The US is below the OECD average, whereas Finland is above, as is The Netherlands.