The Excelsior information system of Unioncamere has put together a forecast of Italian employment needs between 2019 and 2023: Digital Transformation and eco-sustainability will involve about 30% of the workers companies and public administration will need
We’ve been convinced that life only makes sense outside of the workplace, making it simply a necessary activity to provide us with money for leisure time. A lie, as Dario Nicoli reveals in his youth manual
The Microsoft president has presented the new Ambizione Italia per la Scuola project, whose objective is to train 250 thousand students: It is of fundamental importance to understand the ethical, political and social impact of new technologies
Participation in Sel programs improved pupils’ academic performance by 11%. The socio-emotional approach, as shown in the programs of the “Move This World” project, makes the difference. At school, but also at work
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