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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


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:
  • 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:
  • Promoting Local Commettee and supporting their work
  • Increasing local training offer
  • Integrating formal educational system, vocational training and non formal education



  • 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



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 % )

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2. Beneficiaries profile




Age groups





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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.

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



High quality of life

Social need


To extend the good practice of EDA

Reform of Welfare State