How can people strengthen their skills and achieve professional success? What are the jobs of the future?
Digital skills are crucial for Italy’s economic, cultural and social growth, and represent a crucial part of the Digital Agenda - which is key for the modernisation of Italy and its ability to compete in international markets1.
45% of households in europe did not access to the internet due to a lack of skills in 2015
40% of the eu population had an insufficient level of digital skills in 2014. 22% had none at all
32% of the eu labour force had an insufficient level of digital skills in 2014. 13% had no digital skills at all
new patents obtained in 2015
telco in mobile patents
To foster relationships between research centres and the business community, we have created a "company on campus" model to promote synergies between the two. This is a physical space (co-location) where the top academic talents work with TIM employees to co-design and co-develop innovative solutions, expanding the business in new directions.
These Joint Open Labs (JOLs) live inside university campuses and work together with local business ecosystems (Trento, Turin, Milan, Pisa, Catania) on specific areas of scientific and technological interest, consistently with the company's business strategy.