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2022 Global Data Literacy Benchmark


This second release of the Global Data Literacy Benchmark provides an updated view of data literacy at a competency level of more than 5,000 employees from around the globe.  

Find out which regions, industries and occupations have the highest levels of data literacy, and which need more help.

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The Confident Are Coming

The 2022 Global Data Literacy Benchmark study highlights a shift from Curious to Confident across all domains, with the Confident outnumbering the Curious across all domains for the first time.  

An interactive dashboard is now available to explore this study in more detail.


The interactive dashboard is best viewed on desktop


​One of the critical keys to creating a scalable Data Literacy Program is Individual Competency Assessment. It is also one of the most challenging.


As one of the original pioneers of the field, Jane's formative work with Databilities® and now the Global Data Literacy Benchmark Study is foundational to this emerging area of upskilling the workforce.


Valerie A. Logan

CEO & Founder
The Data Lodge

What is becoming increasingly evident is that our approach to developing enterprise-wide data literacy cannot be a ‘one size fits all’ approach.  


We need to identify, engage and encourage three different profiles across the organisation, the Curious, the Confident and the Coaches. 

Jane Crofts


CEO & Founder
Data To The People

How Does Your Organisation Stack Up Against Your Region, Industry and Occupations?

Understand the level of data literacy across your organisation, and how this compares to your region, industry, and occupations.

​With a range of self-serve and full-service offerings, the Databilities® Online platform provides the tools you need to measure, map and develop data literacy across your workforce.

How Does Your Organisation Stack Up?

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