Le competenze digitali dei lavoratori anziani in Italia

Titolo Rivista SALUTE E SOCIETÀ
Autori/Curatori Daniele Zaccaria, Emanuela Sala, Chiara Respi
Anno di pubblicazione 2022 Fascicolo 2022/3 Lingua Italiano
Numero pagine 17 P. 9-25 Dimensione file 454 KB
DOI 10.3280/SES2022-003002
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Keywords: lavoratori anziani; competenze digitali; ICT; professioni; settori produttivi; di-vario digitale.

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Daniele Zaccaria, Emanuela Sala, Chiara Respi, Le competenze digitali dei lavoratori anziani in Italia in "SALUTE E SOCIETÀ" 3/2022, pp 9-25, DOI: 10.3280/SES2022-003002