According to the Digital Skills Indicator from 2015, 21 % of Europeans can be considered as having no digital skills, based on the criterion that they are not using the internet. This figure ranges from 3 % in Luxembourg to 44 % in Bulgaria and Romania. In eight countries (Portugal, Poland, Croatia, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, Bulgaria and Romania), 30 % or more of the population have no digital skills.
Digital skills level of individuals in the EU
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