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Digital skills of women and men in different age groups

Digital skills of women and men in different age groups

Digital skills of women and men in different age groups

The 2014 Eurostat survey (see figure 3) shows slight differences between the 16-24 and the 25-55-year-olds. However, within the 55-74 age group, women tend to have rather low or basic digital skills, while men have more advanced such skills. Age-specific differences are much more noticeable. In general, students have a high level of digital skills; within the generation currently on the labour market, the proportion of people with low, basic and above-basic levels of digital skills is very similar. The 55-74 age group is characterised by low or basic digital competences.

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