The Lombard labor market is undergoing a profound transformation, as shown by a recent study by Assolombarda and the Association’s Study Center. New trends highlight the growing importance of artificial intelligence and green skills for business competitiveness.

The transition to a green economy represents a crucial challenge. Analysis of online job postings shows that only 2-5 percent of ads require specific green skills, highlighting the need to integrate them more into hiring processes. Despite the increasing focus on sustainability, it is clear that there is still much to be done to make green skills a key component of business strategies.

Companies face unprecedented challenges and must adopt long-term strategies to manage these changes. RICEC, a Skills Certification Body, accredited with ACCREDIA, is aware of this scenario and supports professionals by certifying their skills.

In a context where environmental sustainability is playing an increasingly important role, green jobs offer attractive career prospects and actively contribute to the preservation of the planet. In Italy, investment in the green economy is growing, opening up more opportunities for job seekers and those who want to direct their careers toward a greener future.

In this context, the UNI CEI 11339:2023 standard, which establishes the requirements for the qualification of the Expert in Energy Management (EGE), becomes particularly relevant. The EGE is responsible for ensuring GDP growth and limiting the impact of human activities on the environment, playing a key role in the transition to a sustainable economy.


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