E-skills and Digital Economy (Slovene edition)
26% of persons aged 16–74 in Slovenia with above basic digital skills
The Statistical Office of Republic of Slovenia published the Slovene version of the publication E-skills and Digital Economy presenting the data on the development of information society, digital literacy and the impact of ICT and the Internet on the economy (digital economy).
Nowadays we cannot imagine a day without using information-communication technologies (ICT), i.e. computers, mobile devices or the Internet. The Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia presents in the publication E-skills and Digital Economy data on the usage of ICT among persons aged 16–74 in Slovenia and the EU-28.
- In 2015, 20% of persons aged 16–74 had never used a computer and 22% had never used the Internet.
Special emphasis is on the data on digital literacy – the level of mastering of skills needed for the usage of ICT.
- In 2015, 26% of persons aged 16–74 had above basic overall digital skills; 28% had no overall digital skills.
We presented the development of digital economy in Slovenia with available data.
- 17% of enterprises with 10 persons employed have web sales and 39% of persons aged 16–74 purchase over the Internet.
The publication E-skills and Digital Economy is currently available in electronic form only in the Slovenian language. Its English version will be published on 15 July 2016.