Orientare al futuro tra formazione e nuove employability skills

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Orientation to the future between training and new employability skills

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The ongoing digital and ecological transitions are generating profound transformations in the world of work: on the one hand, new professional opportunities will open up in emerging sectors, on the other, the production sectors with the most impact on the environment and personal well-being will free up part of the workforce employed in them. In particular, in the digital sector, new professional profiles will emerge and more traditional figures will be confirmed, provided that digital skills are implemented to face the changing world of work (Unioncamere, Anpal, Excelsior Training System, 2021). Likewise, the effects of the transition towards sustainability are proving to be particularly pervasive in terms of employment impacts. In the study Green Growth, Jobs And Social Impacts (2020), the European Commission estimates global employment in renewable energy at 11.5 million jobs in 2019, with an expected increase of 35% over the next ten years which could generate several million new jobs by 2050. Interesting opportunities are also opening up in Italy for sectors dealing with renewable production and technologies and sustainable products and services, with a consequent increase in demand for green jobs which, according to the latest estimates, exceeds 3 million (Unioncamere, Symbola Foundation, 2022). It is in this context that training and orientation, understood as permanent processes that constantly accompany the growth of the person, take on a central role in the current socio-economic and institutional debate, also in light of the contribution they can offer in the promotion of skills support personal, professional and community development.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Orientation to the future between training and new employability skills
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationSistemi Educativi, Orientamento, Lavoro
Pages351-354
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Keywords

  • Orientamento
  • Formazione
  • Skills
  • Orientation
  • Education
  • Competenze

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