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Human Capital : Digital Inclusion and Skills

Contributor(s): Comisión Europea.
Edition information: European Commission Description: 12 p.Subject(s): Sociedad de la información | Tecnologías de la información y la comunicación | connectivityOnline resources: Acceso al documento In: Digital Economy and Society Index DESI 2018Summary: The Human Capital dimension measures the skills needed to take advantage of the possibilities offered by digital. In the Human Capital dimension, Finland, the Netherlands and Sweden obtained the highest scores, and Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Italy got the lowest ones. 81% of Europeans go online regularly (at least once per week), up by 2 percentage points compared with the previous year. 43% of Europeans still do not have basic digital skills. The EU improved slightly in the number of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) graduates (19.1 graduates per 1000 people aged 20 to 29 years old in 2015, compared to 18.4. in 2013). There were 8.2 million ICT specialists in the EU in 2016, up from 7.3 million 3 years earlier
List(s) this item appears in: Nº 05. Novedades - Mayo 2018
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The Human Capital dimension measures the skills needed to take advantage of the possibilities offered by digital.

In the Human Capital dimension, Finland, the Netherlands and Sweden obtained the highest scores, and Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Italy got the lowest ones.

81% of Europeans go online regularly (at least once per week), up by 2 percentage points compared with the previous year.

43% of Europeans still do not have basic digital skills.

The EU improved slightly in the number of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) graduates (19.1 graduates per 1000 people aged 20 to 29 years old in 2015, compared to 18.4. in 2013). There were 8.2 million ICT specialists in the EU in 2016, up from 7.3 million 3 years earlier

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