Do Europeans have sufficient DigitalSkills? Find new data & figures in DESIeu

Do Europeans have sufficient DigitalSkills? Find new data & figures in DESIeu

This bar-chart allows you to select one indicator, possibly one specific breakdown, and see which countries are leading the league. You can also check if the ranking of countries has changed over the last few years using the time animation bar. Countries are always ordered according to their score. You can also select or de-select countries in order to visualise only those you are interested in.

Indicator: Basic or above basic Digital Skills – Information domain

  • Definition: Information processing skills refers to the ability to identify, locate, retrieve, store, organise and analyse digital information, judging its relevance and purpose. The indicator is based on five activities internet users have been able to do online during previous 3 months. The scores are basic, above basic and none. Individuals not using internet are classified without digital skills.
  • Notes: Detailed results are available in the Eurostat table ISOC_SK_DSKL_I. Consult the methodological note on DG CONNECT newsroom.
  • Source: Eurostat – Community survey on ICT usage in Households and by Individuals [More information]

Breakdown: All Individuals (aged 16-74)

Unit of measure: Percentage of individuals

  • Definition: Individuals aged 16-74