Digital Agenda for Europe Scoreboard: How Does Your Country Rank?

DAE_logoThe European Commission (EC) has released new data on the progress of the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE).

Out of the 101 digital actions of the DAE, 95 are on track for completion by 2015.

This new data shows that an increasing share of citizens are going online however, almost 50% have insufficient digital skills for the workplace.

The persisting skills gap in the ICT sector is highlighted as one of the remaining challenges for the coming years as ICT jobs are growing seven times faster than overall employment.

The EC also published data for all EU Member States showing the progress of the DAE at the national level.

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