Digital Citizenship is defined on Wikipedia as "someone who utilizes information technology to engage in society, politics, and government" (Wikipedia, 2018). It also goes on to say that a "Digital Citizen is one who uses the internet regularly and effectively" (Wikipedia, 2018).
In our day and age it is important for people to be "digital citizens." No matter your occupation, working on technology is needed in some way. It may be that an applicant for a job is having to apply online, email may be essential, or one may be required to do daily work using technology.
For more on digital citizenship check out the video below by clicking on the link:
Digital Citizenship Poster for Elementary Classrooms. In the Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum. Retrieved from: https://www.commonsense.org/education/elementary_poster
What is Digital Citizenship? (n.d.). [Video File]. Retrieved from https://www.commonsensemedia.org/videos/what-is-digital-citizenship
Wikipedia. The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_citizen