Evidence suggests that a digital skills gap continues to grow in the United Kingdom. The UK House of Commons’ Science and Technology Committee proposes a range of educational, commercial and social measures to close the gap and benefit both the British economy and society as a whole. Using statistics and cited research, this report will be of interest to those concerned with IT skills development or public policy.
In this summary, you will learn
- How the UK digital skills gap negatively affects the British economy; and
- What the government, school systems, businesses and community must do to close the gap.
About the Author
The Science and Technology Committee is a multiparty select committee of the UK House of Commons.