We have talked and written a lot about competencies and their importance this year. What is the level of competencies, especially digital ones, in the European Union and in Poland? Listen to the analysis of the latest Eurostat data.
Prof. Katarzyna Śledziewska, Managing Director of DELab UW and Prof. Renata Włoch, Scientific Director of DELab UW, talk about competences and skills necessary to live in the digital world on the basis of the latest Eurostat data and the phenomenon of digital divide, answering Dr. Justyna Pokojska’s questions about:
- groups which, according to Eurostat data, have the highest level of digital competences,
- methodology used by Eurostat and other research centers to measure digital competence and its inadequacies,
- definition of digital competences used in research,
- areas where Poland leads the way and those where there is still much to be done,
- distribution of data according to age groups,
- thesis on digital immaturity of Poles,
- the impact of the pandemic on the level of digital competencies, especially in the education sector,
- the ways in which digitally mature countries deal with the acquisition of digital competencies by their citizens,
- actions that we should take individually, but also on a national scale in order to acquire digital competences faster and better,
- competencies that will be the most important in the labour market of the future.