Employability e Alta Formazione: le professioni educative e di cura

Author/s Vanna Boffo
Publishing Year 2015 Issue 2014/2 Language Italian
Pages 19 P. 191-209 File size 158 KB
DOI 10.3280/ERP2014-002012
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The deep crises in the Eastern World, especially in some countries of the Europe, from 2007 till now, has destroyed a lot of working place. In particular, in Italy, the situation of the young people is very difficult. Here, we have one of the lowest employment rate than in Europe. In a very dramatic context, the young degree people live the similar situation respect the other adult worker people. The articles analyzes the situation of the Educational and Care world of professions for understanding and evaluating the situation after the Degree in European Adult Education Course at the University of Florence. The results of the Research comes out of the survey developed from October and December 2013 in the Department of Education and Psychology of the University of Florence on the sample of 25 firms in Tuscany Region.

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Vanna Boffo, Employability e Alta Formazione: le professioni educative e di cura in "EDUCATIONAL REFLECTIVE PRACTICES" 2/2014, pp 191-209, DOI: 10.3280/ERP2014-002012