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Digital skills of disadvantaged people

Digital skills of disadvantaged people

Digital skills of disadvantaged people

The digital skills of disadvantaged people are generally lower than those of the average population. According to DG CONNECT statistics, 38 % of the disadvantaged in the EU-28 have no digital skills. Sweden (11 %), the Netherlands (12 %) and Denmark (13 %) have the lowest rates of disadvantaged people with no skills, while Romania (70 %), Bulgaria (67 %) and Greece (63 %) have the highest such rates. Based on the descriptions defining the ‘basic’ level of skills as necessary for working and living, 64 % of the EU’s disadvantaged are below this level.

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