We . From 2015 onwards, the trend of employment related to hospitality has been growing and creating jobs, especially for young people between the ages of 25 and 40 years, and graduates in peripheral areas, far from large centres. In 2018, there were approximately 40 thousand workers employed in the sector. A system, that of the widespread welcome that has led to the creation of small businesses aimed at integration through services such as the teaching of the Italian language, the support of mediators and actors and initiatives in solidarity for social inclusion.
All of this has been swept away by the Decree which has reduced from 35 to around 21 euros and the daily sum for accepted intended for managers and Cas Siproimi, making it difficult to offer services in addition to food and accommodation. In the decree disappear the teachers of Italian, legal assistants and cultural mediators, thus creating a paradox: born to protect the work and assistance of the italians, the norm has led to the loss of thousands of jobs.
And we are only at the beginning . According to the data of the Cgil, by 2020, when the extensions requested from the police for the calls will expire and the decree will come up to speed, will be around 16 thousand to remain unemployed.