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dc.contributor.authorKluzer, Stefan
dc.contributor.authorCenteno, Clara
dc.contributor.authorO ́Keeffe, William
dc.description.abstractKey skills trends in employability contextDigital skills have become crucial for employability. Not only considering its role as a transversal skill to devel-op employability, but also because about 85% of all EU jobs need at least basic digital skill level . The most recent available statistics collecting digital skills in Europe for the year 2017 show, however, that 43% of the EU population had an insufficient level of digital skills (no skills or low level). Furthermore, for the same year, 10% of the EU labour force had no digital skills, mostly because they did not use the internet, and 35% did not have at least basic digital skills, which are now required in most jobs
dc.publisherPublications Office of the European Union
dc.subjectMapping Digcopm
dc.subjectResearch Education
dc.subjectCompetence Framework
dc.titleDigCompat Work • The EU’s digital competence framework in action on the labour market: a selection of case studies
dc.typeCOM Document

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