(ANSA) – ROME, NOVEMBER 24 – 54.2% of young people between 18 and 34 years old are pessimistic about the future of the Italian economy and the level of difficulty perceived by the total of 1,500 interviewees remains high about the possibility for young people to access credit. This was reported by the OpenUp 2021 Observatory of Angi (National Association of Young Innovators). There are two main difficulties in finding work: the request for a minimum experience that young people do not have (64.8% young people and 51.8% of the total interviewees think so); the low propensity of companies to hire (51.8% young people, 56.2% total sample).
To weigh there are also the scarce resources to start a business or a business; blocked occupational turnover; the lack of aptitude for innovation and risk. The two sample universes agree on the low level of recognition of women as innovators in the digital world: not recognized for 64.4% of young people and for 55.9% of the entire sample. There are three fundamental elements for an innovative company: investments in cutting-edge tools, machinery and technologies; a young management team; knowledge of digital tools. Part of the data from the Observatory was illustrated during the presentation of the fourth edition of the Angi Award, which will be awarded on Wednesday 1 December, at the Auditorium of the Ara Pacis museum in Rome. 11 categories awarded for a total of 30 projects of excellence in the world of businesses and startups, ranging from science to health, from culture to tourism, passing through mobility, energy, environment, communication and smart city. (HANDLE).
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