UK’s ‘digital literacy’ score tops 100%

This week, a new UK survey revealed that British adults are more likely than adults elsewhere in Europe to own a smartphone.

This is partly due to the UK’s digital literacy rating of 100%, which has risen to a new high in the past year.

The UK is currently ranked sixth in the world for digital literacy with an average score of 87.1.

However, the survey, which was conducted by the Pew Research Centre, revealed that this has been boosted by the introduction of universal digital reading and learning programmes in 2017.

The study also revealed that people in Britain are using more social media and have a greater use of tablets, tablets are also seen as more useful for reading, as they are easier to hold and read quickly.

The report also showed that the UK has an overall digital literacy rate of 81.4%, with a majority of adults (61.3%) having a smartphone, tablet or other electronic device in their possession.

It is also thought that people are spending more time on digital media, with 45% of adults using the internet on a daily basis.

In a separate survey, released on Tuesday, the UK National Institute for Educational Statistics (NIESR) revealed that it had also found that British people are more educated than adults in other parts of the world.

NIESR said the UK is ranked fourth in the global digital literacy index, with an online literacy rate at 76.4%.

This is the highest of the 20 countries surveyed, with Germany ranking at 74.6% and the US at 74% – a figure which is a far cry from the UK.

The NIESS survey also found there is a “trend for more women to report having a job” and that men have been more likely to report working than women.

However the NIESRs data shows that the trend is reversed in many areas, with the UK having the lowest proportion of women working in all of the UKs major regions.

This suggests that women are not more likely and are more willing to enter the workforce.

Niesr said that women’s participation in the labour market has declined over the past decade, with men holding the majority of jobs and women making up less than a quarter of total employment.

It also pointed out that women were under-represented in the workforce in areas such as education, healthcare and manufacturing.

The findings were presented at the International Digital Media and Education Forum in Dubai.

NIES also said that it would like to see the UK become a “digital-first, digital-friendly society” where digital literacy is prioritised in the economy and education.

The government’s Digital Skills Strategy 2017 stated that digital literacy will be a key driver of digital innovation in the UK and that this will be achieved by ensuring that digital education and learning is a central part of all school curricula.

“In the coming years, it will become increasingly important for young people to develop skills in digital literacy and digital literacy skills in the workplace,” it said.

“As a country, we must lead the way in fostering digital literacy in schools, and by working together to create the best digital workforce for young British people.”