An experience that helps to enter the job market. By launching a universal civilian service, the Government undertakes to increase the professional opportunities open to volunteers. Let us examine what’s new in 2018
If the Internet is a universal infrastructure it must be accessible to everyone from the visually impaired to people with epilepsy. Scano (Iwa Italia): For a decade, Italy has been at the forefront of tackling this issue, but there is still a long way to go”
What are the ideals of the founder of H-Farm, one of the most important incubators of innovative start-ups in Europe? And his vision on the professions of tomorrow? A lecture by Professor Riccardo Donadon
They train professionals in strategic sectors for the country’s future development. And yet, they are a niche framework despite the fact that they guarantee employability for almost 80% of new graduates.
According to a law that will affect 2017 budgets, listed companies will have to explain their social, environmental and anti-corruption policies in detail. No lies will be tolerated. Otherwise, sanctions will be triggered.
The latest data published by the Italian National Institute for Statistics (ISTAT) reveals that unemployment has fallen in all age brackets except for 35-49 years olds. Lifelong learning is the only way to avoid long-term unemployment.
Engineers, mechatronics engineers, risk managers, along with installers, cooks, and construction workers: here is how environmental sustainability can create employment and generate value (not only for our health)
Why do new technologies sometimes not stimulate productivity? And why is growing productivity not reflected in growing wages? Two paradoxes that economists have been puzzling out since the onset of computers
The European Green Deal is setting the stage for a post-pandemic recovery plan, with the blue economy at the heart of its investments. A growing number of the younger generation in Italy are opting for ‘blue degrees’ to bolster their employment opportunities.
Tapping into the potential of refugees is not easy in Italy. Official recognition of academic qualifications is one issue. However, efforts must also be made to ensure that the right skills are trained and companies have integration processes in place.
A successful conclusion to the Italian Ministry of Family Affairs ‘Conciliamo’ tender: 127 companies were selected to receive state funding for their welfare projects. The pandemic will inevitably force an update of the proposals