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Which European countries have the most digital skills?

The prevalence of basic digital skills varies greatly across the EU member countries Image: Unsplash/Marvin Meyer

Victoria Masterson

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A chart showing people with at least basic overall digital skills in 2021
54% of Europeans in 2021 had at least basic digital skills. Image: Eurostat

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