Half of children ages 16 to 74 have at least one…

In 2021, one-fifth of children aged 16-74 had very developed digital skills, 30% basic, 20% deficient, 11% mediocre, and 5% very modest. In the Digital Compass, the European Commission has set a target that by 2030 at least 80% of those aged 16-74 will have at least basic digital skills.

In 2021, half of the population aged 16-74 in Slovenia had at least basic digital skills (in the EU 27: 54%). At 63%, this percentage was highest among 16-24 years old and 19% lowest among 65-74 years old.

Five have highly developed digital skills

20% of people have very developed digital skills, 30% are basic, 20% are deficient, 11% have mediocre, and 5% have very modest digital skills. 14% of people lacked digital skills.

The proportion of people without digital skills was highest in the 65-74 age group, at 45%, higher than the EU-27 average (41%).

Among the employed and the unemployed, those with basic digital skills predominate

Among employees, more than a third (34%) have basic digital skills (in the EU 27: 31%) and less than a quarter (24%) have very advanced digital skills (in the EU 27: 32%). 6% of employees lacked these skills, which equates to an EU average of 27.

Among the unemployed, 13% had no digital skills, which is lower than the EU27 average (16%). On the other hand, the proportion of the unemployed with very well-developed digital skills was also below the average, at 17% (in the EU 27: 22%).

Mastering individual sets of digital skills

Almost three-quarters of them have very well-developed information and data literacy skills

85% have information and data knowledge skills (in the EU 27: 80%); 74% have a very good development (in EU 27: 68%) and 11% have a basic level (in EU 27: 12%). 15% were without these skills (in the EU 27: 20%). In this set of skills, Slovenia exceeds the EU average -27.

In Mastering Digital Skills for Communication and Collaboration, Intermediate EU-27

86% of people (in the EU 27: 86%) have communication and cooperation skills, 76% of them have mastered them well (in the EU 27: 77%) and 10% at a basic level (in the EU- 27: 77%) 27: 9%). 14% of people did not have communication and cooperation skills, which equates to the EU average of 27.

More than a third lack the skills to create digital content

66% of people were skilled at creating digital content, which equates to an EU average of 27; 40% have developed these skills very well (in EU 27: 45%) and 26% at a basic level (in EU 27: 21%). 34% do not have such skills, which is also equivalent to the EU average of 27.

In mastering ICT safe use and data protection skills below the EU-27 متوسط ​​average

59% of people have skills for the safe use of ICTs and data protection (in the EU 27: 68%); 28% are well developed (in EU 27: 44%) and 30% are basic (in EU 27: 24%). 41% were without skills for safe ICT use and data protection, which is higher than the EU 27 average (in the EU 27: 32%).

Four-fifths of people have digital problem-solving skills

81% of people have digital problem-solving skills (in the EU 27: 79%); 53% are well developed and 27% are basic. 19% were without these digital skills (in the EU 27: 21%).

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