One year ago saw the outbreak of the pandemic in Italy. Employed, NEETs, unemployed: key trends and figures 12 months after the arrival of the virus. At least 444,000 fewer jobs
Kickstarting our lives again will be a difficult test for everyone. To ensure that this is achieved with maximum success, companies and people will need to develop new skills and expertise. Luca Foresti, CEO of the Santagostino Medical Centre, presents us with his thoughts on this.
The company that developed Italy’s contact-tracing App to combat the coronavirus was named the country’s best workplace this year. Behind the App is a young, agile team and the company is still hiring (despite the emergency)
Attendance in shifts and seat reservations via app, antibody tests and extra resources to prevent a drop in enrolments: it’s back to university with many issues still unsolved but a brand-new mindset
Due to the pandemic, some internships have been postponed and others cancelled altogether. Many others went ahead remotely. Eleonora Voltolina, editor of La Repubblica degli Stagisti’ (The Interns’ Republic): The government should provide financial incentives
The point of view of Vincenzo Galasso, Professor of political economics at the Bocconi university in Milan
A StarNet report provides a snapshot of the situation: more than 2 million Italian youngsters are not in employment, education or training and over the past six years, the policies to help them have only gone halfway to solving the problem
We will make it despite everything. Journalist Ferruccio De Bortoli is certain that the title of one of his latest books is true.
The 121-page report ranging from education to enterprises with an estimated value of 170 billion euro
In 1991 at the age of 34, the French yachtswoman realised her childhood dream to sail around the world. She is the first woman to have done so.
In Sinek’s opinion, a world of instant gratification has devalued the meaning of time and steady achievement
Daniele Chieffi, Communication and PR Director for the Department for Innovation and Digitization of the Presidency of the Italian Council of Ministers, talks about the way that coronavirus has accelerated digital developments
Our country should stop selling cars with diesel or petrol engines by 2035 and switch to electric cars. New skills, new professional profiles and more research will be needed
“Psychology and the Good Life”, taught by Laurie Santos at Yale, has become the most popular course in the history of the prestigious American university. Yet there is no shortage of examples in Italy as well
Software developers, engineers and computer scientists will be leading the first phase of creating a virtual reality for avatars. But eventually a detailed world will have to be created, and this will only be possible with architects, designers, mathematicians and many other professional profiles.