The Internet is by far the most popular source among European adults looking for information on learning possibilities. Access to Internet and e-skills are therefore essential across all education levels for participation in lifelong learning and improved employability. Although the average percentage of Internet users has improved, there are still disparities across education levels and countries.
This indicator shows where 25-64 year olds found information on learning possibilities in the last 12 months. This complements our previous Statistics of the Month, showing that one in four people in the EU were looking for information on learning possibilities. The later can also be broken down by gender, age group, highest level of education attained and type of participation in education and training.
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