In 2011, more than three quarters of those aged 16-74 in the EU27 had used a computer5, while this share was 96% amongst those aged 16-24. The highest shares of those aged 16-74 having used a computer were observed in Sweden (96%), Denmark, Luxembourg and the Netherlands (all 94%), and the lowest in Romania (50%), Bulgaria (55%) and Greece (59%). In most Member States the share of young people who had used a computer was above 95%.For the UK the persons who had ever used a computer were 91% for those aged 16 to 74 and 100% for those aged 16-24.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Eurostat - Computer skills in the 27 member states
Eurostat has published Computer skills in the EU27 in figures for E-Skills Week 2012.