In the OECD area, companies that were incorporated at least 5 years ago, account for one fifth of total employment, but especially since 2000 have generated half of all new jobs.
This is the data that emerged from the study of the OECD Science, Technology and Industry (STI) Scoreboard 2013.
In other words it means that those who care about the growth and the creation of new jobs must commit themselves to encourage new businesses, which now is the general consensus, are the real catalysts for growth and economic welfare.
This figure also stimulates a deeper thought, more relevant to the model of scholastic education: half of the workers who started working in 2000, would have had to study and train for professions that at the time, did not even exist. Therefore, is it thus necessary to educate for current professions or perhaps would it be better to train people more inclined to change? To adapt to a more complex and dynamic professional world?
ENESSERE is part of this spirit of the time, we work in a market that did not even exist 10 years ago, offering a product that only four years ago was an idea, a pencil sketch.