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Using Data to Advance Digital Skills: A State Playbook

Nearly one in three U.S. workers ages 16-64 have few or no digital skills, and at least 38 percent of those workers are employed in jobs that require moderate or advanced computer usage. Today’s changing labor market indicates that there is a critical need for action to ensure all workers gain the skills needed to meaningfully participate in work and life. To assist states in closing digital skill gaps and preparing for digital equity planning, this National Governors Association brief offers key questions and resources for state leaders to consider.

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