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various cartoon characters a different ages and colours using technologyThe Digital Skills and Jobs Platform is the home of an active and diverse digital skills community from all across Europe. By joining the community you can keep up to date with the latest developments and discussions on important digital skills topics and technologies, and you can also find and collaborate with different organisations and experts on joint activities and projects.

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#Me4DigitalDecade: How digital upskilling and reskilling are changing our lives and work
Enzo Maria Le Fevre, a man with dark blonde hair wearing a suit and a tie, speaking at a public event

I decided to enrol in the AI4gov MSc to know more on how AI systems work and how we should approach their use in public administration. 

Enzo Maria Le Fevre Cervini
Project Leader, Directorate General for Informatics – European Commission
Clotilde, an Italian lady with dark hair and a colourful shirt posing in her living room in front of her computer

After retiring, I dedicated myself to my passions: photography & travel. Everything is digital, so I learned to use a computer and do digital photo editing, now I am a Pro!

Clotilde from Italy
Digital photography lover
Alexia, a young woman with dark hair smiling, she is wearing a purple flight attendant uniform with a hat

After 5 years as a flight attendant travelling all over the world, I decided to start a Bachelor in Digital Society studies. I am eager to participate in our digital future!

Alexia from Belgium
Graduating in Digital Society Studies at Maastricht University

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Ursula von der Leyen

"We must invest much more in training and further education. This is why I am proposing to make 2023 the European Year of Skills".

Ursula Von der Leyen
President of the European Commission
Margrethe Vestager

"We need to attract more people to the chip sector, attract new talents and of course make sure that they have the skills they need."

Margrethe Vestager
Executive Vice-President of the European Commission, 'Europe fit for the Digital Age'

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