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JOB YES! Choose a job not a dole

The project ‘Job Yes’ offers innovative solutions to foster integration of people with disadvantaged background and fewer opportunities into the labour market by 1) upgrading their low soft skills coherent with the employment-related key competences: sense of...

Job-Yes! Project results are finalized in Kaunas

On the 12-13 of December 2016 the Final European Conference and European Workshop of the “JOB-YES! Choose a job not a dole” project took place in Kaunas, Lithuania. The project, which is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme (Key Action2: Strategic Partnerships in adult...

Economic growth and jobs creation in the cultural and creative sectors

What skills are needed in the cultural and creative sectors to foster growth and jobs creation? Skills imbalances in the cultural and creative fields are well-acknowledged. However, national and sector-specific data is often incomplete. ArtS needs analysis aimed to...

In2Sai – Recommendations to improve gender balance in scientific studies and in AI jobs

In2Sai – Recommendations to improve gender balance in scientific studies and in AI jobs

The report provides proposals of action that we believe can contribute to a higher participation of young women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields of study (especially those related to aeronautics) and to increase employability rates of women within the AI. By increasing female participation in these fields, we also hope the project’s results can lead to improvements in the capacity of innovation and growth of the European enterprises involved in the AI and related sectors.

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