Daily Dose of Data 4: The digital age divide
We will present a statistic from the Digital Economy Outlook 2017 every day (until we run out!) on The Forum Network.
The elderly are lagging behind in terms of ICT usage
In 2016, about 83% of the adult population in the OECD accessed the Internet, and 73% used it daily. But differences among countries and social groups remain large. Differences in Internet uptake are linked primarily to age and education, often intertwined with income levels. In most countries, uptake by young people is nearly universal, but there are wide differences for older generations.