You might say that you’re not designing for the whole of the OECD. You’re only designing for the rich and privileged country in which you most likely live. Fair enough, but the conclusions don’t change much, even when we look at the richest countries, as shown in the following chart (which is sorted in ascending order by the number of people at the highest skill level — i.e., people like yourself):(Scandinavia is the average of Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. The UK is the population-weighted average of England and Northern Ireland, since Scotland and Wales didn’t participate in the research.)While there’s a lot of variation in the number of people who can’t use a computer at all, there are only very slight differences in the number of people at the highest skill level.You = Top 5%–8%

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