Plan to Learn Digital Skills Center - Because NC Has Digital Inequity
Digital inequality is the disparities in knowledge and ability to use digital and information technology among individuals with different demographics, socioeconomic backgrounds, and digital and information technology experience and competencies (IGI Global).
The Pew Research Center found that a majority of Americans (54 percent) have researched jobs on the Internet, and nearly as many (45 percent) have applied for a job online (shrm.org).
With the continued growth of job applications being put online; how does an older individual fare with email and web browser search?
Visit your local community college for learning resources including Goodwill training opportunities.