The graphs below give information about computer ownership as a percentage of the population between 2002 and 2010, and by level of education for the years 2002 and 2010.
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imageimageThe bar charts below illustrate how many people owned computers by education level from 2002 to 2021.

 

Overall, the percentage of computer users increase gradually over the period. In addition, the more educated people got, the more computers they owned. Moreover, regardless of education level, the proportion of people using a computer in 2010 was always higher than the figure in 2002.

 

About over 50% of the population owned a computer in 2002, with a significant rise to nearly 80% of people. In 2002, there was only 15% of people who had not finished high school owned computers, but this figure trebled in 2020 to approximately 45%. Similarly, the percentage of students who finished high school saw a double from 35% to 70% over the period. 

 

There was moderate growth in the proportion of both post-graduated and after graduated students throughout the period from 50% to 80% and 65% to 85% respectively. The figure for postgraduate qualification students remained the highest figure in 8-year-period and witnessed a slight increase from 70% in 2002 to over 90% in 2010.

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