Build Back Better : Joe Biden’s plan for economic and jobs recovery in the United States

Combating the pandemic, and policies for the green transition and women: the US president-elect has presented a detailed plan for launching recovery in the United States, starting with jobs (with equality in mind)

Di |2024-06-14T07:25:48+01:00Gennaio 11th, 2021|MF, Social Inclusion, Welfare|0 Commenti

One year of Decreto Dignità (Dignity decree): Istat data on the effects of the law

Employment is increasing and unemployment is falling, but the shock the government was hoping for has still to be felt, especially on permanent contracts

Di |2024-06-14T07:24:47+01:00Dicembre 16th, 2019|MF, Non categorizzato|0 Commenti

Davide Casaleggio: work will disappear in 2054. But will it?

In thirty years we will work 1% of our time. The scenario seems mathematically precise, but the forecast is judged to be unreliable. Here is the analysis of the OECD economist Garnero

Di |2024-06-14T07:24:01+01:00Marzo 15th, 2019|Education, Future of Work, MF|0 Commenti

What are the characteristics of inequality? According to Di Vico, it is generational

The statistics do not highlight it, but the gap is primarily generational, caused by the exclusion of young people from the world of work. This is according to Corriere della Sera journalist, Dario Di Vico.

Di |2024-06-14T07:23:43+01:00Novembre 30th, 2018|Future of Work, MF|0 Commenti

Basic income an experiment in Finland

In 2017, Finland began a two-year pilot project in which 2,000 unemployed people received 560 euros a month, without any obligations. The experiment is due to finish in December 2018, when the government will decide whether to stop the project or roll it out to the rest of the country.

Di |2024-06-14T07:23:30+01:00Settembre 19th, 2018|MF, Welfare|0 Commenti

Almost 1 million of unemployed in the middle generation of over 35s. The solution? Lifelong learning

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.

Di |2024-06-14T07:22:30+01:00Ottobre 25th, 2017|Education, MF|0 Commenti