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Half of Brits use internet to learn new skills - survey

Thursday 19 May 2016 | 15:14 CET | News
Over half (53%) of Brits have used the internet to learn on average three new skills, according to a survey by Onepoll for BT. YouTube is the most favoured source, with 73 percent the online video channel is the biggest teacher. Of the skills learnt via YouTube, 65 percent of respondents said that they had reached an adequate level. Over half (55%) of respondents said that they wouldn't have learnt these skills had it have not been for the internet, and 81 percent have gone on to use their new skill.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: BT / YouTube
Countries: United Kingdom
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