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Adult population in the city of Rome: Seeking for a labour market without age bounds. LAPs & RAPs Second Peer Review Exchanges Workshop Rome, 3 - 6 May 2006. Claudia Villante, FGB Alessandra Caretta, FGB. Outline of presentation. Adult population in Rome: an overview

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Adult population in the city of rome seeking for a labour market without age bounds

Adult population in the city of Rome: Seeking for a labour market without age bounds

LAPs & RAPs

Second Peer Review Exchanges Workshop

Rome, 3 - 6 May 2006

Claudia Villante, FGB

Alessandra Caretta, FGB


Outline of presentation
Outline of presentation

  • Adult population in Rome: an overview

  • National and Local facts and policies

  • Recommendations



1. Adult population in Rome

Substantial change in the demographic structure of population.

Labour ageing involve both economic and social consequences: it constrains labour supply and economic growth potential and increases the risk connected to the sustainability of social protection system


1 over45 by occupational condition
1. Over45 by occupational condition…

‘Early exit trend’. This trend – that has been most extreme in the continental welfare states and especially in the service sectors– has dominated the past three decades of many local labour markets.


1 and by age
1.… and by age

Old-out/young-in policy

Downsizing of companies

Training: low participation

“Black” economy




1 some significant groups
1. Some significant groups

  • High level professions

  • Low level professions

  • Unemployed

  • Inactive women

Breakingdown by household size

Plural Approach




1 unemployed
1. Unemployed

Innovative methodologies are crucial to plan new interventions for older people

Certification of Competences

Long life learning


1 over45 unemployed
1. Over45 unemployed

  • Why left last job:

  • The main reasons were dismissions and expired contracts;

  • Illness is also a significant factor

Managing of demografic change

but also

Managing restructuring process

  • Sectors of provenience:

  • construction and services


1. Inactives

Women leaving job, due to family charge

Women need training and assessment


2 main facts
2. Main facts

  • Ageing population (sharp presence of baby boomers, 15% of pop is aged 40-49ys)

  • The local economy is based on services and retail dinstribution

  • Over45 employment rate is 35.9%

  • 36.8% of adults (aged 45-64ys) is inactive or seeking a job

  • 53.8% of adult women is not-employed

  • Among the inactives (35.4% of over45) the percentage of women is more than 50%

  • Strong correlation between employment and education


2 national and local actions
2. National and Local actions

At national Level

At local Level

  • Restrictions to early retirement

  • Increase of age-retirement

  • Increasing the opportunities of flexible working models

  • Improving systems of education and training to be more in line with labour market needs

  • Improving actions to achieving a more balanced pattern of local development and employment.

  • Life long learning (EDA projects)

  • Other initiatives


2 lll governance
2. LLL: governance

  • Under the subsidiarity principle, regions along with MIUR (Regional School Directorate) are in charge of programming taking into account the municipalities point of view.

  • Inter-institutional Agreement of March 2000 allows Municipalities to develop policies on adult education having regard to the territorial needs.


2 eda http www educazionepermanenteroma it
2. EDA:http://www.educazionepermanenteroma.it

  • Municipality of Rome jointly with zones I, V, VI, VII, IX, XIII, XV is carrying out 5 projects funded by Region Lazio through ESF.

  • The five projects aim at:

    • Building and developing the Local Committee for adult education (EDA)

    • Planning EDA system at different local level (municipality and zones)

    • Increasing and improving the local educational provision


2 eda http www educazionepermanenteroma it1
2. EDA:http://www.educazionepermanenteroma.it

  • Promoting Local Commettee and supporting their work

  • Increasing local training offer

  • Integrating formal educational system, vocational training and non formal education

Main

objectives

  • To asset the Local Commettee as stable structure, managed by the local Government

  • To define a network between vocational training organisations, company, schools and employment services

Principal

Activities


2. Other initiatives: “Sportello lavoro over40”

  • Started on October 2005

  • Promoted by Associations “Atdal” and “Lavoro over 40” jointly with Municipio XVII

  • Offering job counselling to people aged more than 40 years

  • Developing a participating model on the territory of Rome between institution and worker needs


2. Main results

  • Around 100 beneficiaries coming from all the Municipality of Rome

  • Prevailing age group: 40-50ys

  • Male/Female 50%

  • Prevailing educational level: medium (diploma)

  • Most curricula present temporary job

  • Risk of social exclusion

  • Large presence of extra-EU immigrant workers (30 % )

Source: www.atdal.it e www.lavoro-over40.it


2. Beneficiaries profile

Education

low

high

Age groups

medium

Occupation

Permanent

Temporary

Source: www.atdal.it e www.lavoro-over40.it


3 recommendation
3. Recommendation

Local Committee for EDA: a good practice

Vocational, educational and labour systems integration finalized to an appropriate fulfillment of people training: the interventions have to consider specific strategies and actions based on each learning context feature.

Competences certification: plays a key role to let transit among different systems

Catching a large number of beneficiaries: the vulnerables groups meet main difficulties. Tools for individual demand are required (e.g. Learning Individual Account)

“Active Citinzenship”. Implementing basic and transversal competences especiallly for the vulnerables groups


3 w hat kind of policy
3. What kind of policy?

  • Promoting and supporting health of ageing labour force

  • Strengthening the training for adults, especially women

  • Promoting new approaches and new activities into the “services of employment” (Col) (e.g. re-employment individual projects, training individual projects, self employment)

  • Taylored interventions for specific clusters of beneficiaries.


Recommendations
Recommendations

Policy for older people: design and implementation

Strategies and policy to activate labour force

Social Policy to guarantee active citizenship

Promote older Worker training

Early exit

Late exit

Re-entry

Retention

High quality of life

Social need

Provisions

To extend the good practice of EDA

Reform of Welfare State


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