In 2022, nearly 30% of employed people in the EU aged 15-74 reported using digital devices for the entirety or most of their working time. Latvia's figure was slightly below that at 27.1%.
For Lithuania the figure was 24.4% and for Estonia it was 28.6%.
The highest rates for people aged 15-74 were recorded in Luxembourg (47% of employed people), the Netherlands and Sweden (both 41%). Meanwhile, the lowest rates were recorded in Romania, Bulgaria and Greece (all 12%).
In the EU as a whole, the proportion of employed people using digital devices during all or most of their working time increased with their level of education, regardless of sex. Among people with a low or medium level of education, women showed higher shares than men: 10% of women with low education spent all or most of their working time using digital devices, against 8% of men; 28% of women with medium education were in the same situation, against 16% of men. The trend reversed among people with a high level of education, where women recorded a share of 44%, while men 47%.