Improving digital literacy is crucial to Europe's future. Study provides the relevant baseline and foresight data

3 March 2010 - The three Commissioners and DGs published this joint article in PARLIAMENT MAGAZINE (www.theparliament.com). It includes very stimulating messages and also referes to a recent empirica study on "Monitoring e-Skills Supply and Demand in Europe" (www.eskills-monitor.eu) when stating: " a recent foresight study anticipates that the EU labour market may face an excess demand of 384,000 ICT practitioners by 2015". viewer.zmags.com/htmlCat/index.php. More information can also be obtained from the European Commission press release on "e-skills: European Week 2010 underlines e-skills' potential to help Europe’s economic recovery": Please click here for the press release.