WORKSHOP LOCATIONS: DOES ANY OF THEM WORK?
So, Fincantieri from Monfalcone (among the top-5 shipbuilders worldwide) is looking for 2000 workers: welders, tubists, insulators, carpenters, electricians, painters: with the hunger for work that there seems to be.
It seems strange to us, however, that local institutions, for example, the Chamber of Commerce of Venezia Giulia, have not come together to form a network on youth employment and entrust - with precise agreements - the technical-industrial institutions of the city and its surroundings with the task of training suitable professionals. No se pol? (in local dialect - it's not doable - showing laziness) in Gorizia we do not know, we never know.
Anyhow, the Malignani Institute in Udine does it successfully, talking with Friulian industries such as Danieli and then churning out students ready to enter the world of work in their own right. "We are also willing to pay them more," said the CEO of the European shipbuilding giant Bono. If no one answers, of course, they'll go looking for them in the East. As always, we are waiting for answers on this matter.