There are three clusters of countries: Spain is at the tail end of the intermediate cluster, having similar levels to those of France and Italy, but clearly different from the characteristics of the European digital leaders.
is the position of Spain in terms of quality of business schools
Only 1% of ICT specialists in Spain are women
Digital skills are part of the foundation required to build a digital economy. Having access to the Internet is not enough: citizens must have the necessary skills to be able to make the most of the potential of digitalization.
This is examined from two perspectives: on the one hand, whether citizens are able to assume, at least, a basic use of technology; and, on the other, the capacity of the educational system to train not only digital citizens, but also the digital professionals of the future.
Spain occupies a middle-to-low position in indicators relating to its population’s digital skills.All data
Having a workforce specialized in the digital sector and suitable to the new market demands is crucial for local companies to integrate new technologies and make the best use of new trends and opportunities, as well as to attract innovative international companies. A lack thereof, whether due to the absence of certain profiles or a lack of funding to generate or acquire them, significantly limits the competitiveness of businesses and the economy.
Spain’s position is irregular in terms of production, attraction and retention of talent, but it stands out the high quality of its business schools and graduates in ICT degrees.All data
There are three clusters of countries: Spain is at the tail end of the intermediate cluster, having similar levels to those of France and Italy, but clearly different from the characteristics of the European digital leaders.All data