BASQUE COUNTRY: headhunting data talents

Jobs By 11 July, 2019 No Comments

The Basque Country has one of the highest life satisfaction rates in Europe, as confirmed by the latest OECD Well-Being Indicator. It also scored highly on the 2013 OECD Human Development Index and has the third highest per capita income and productivity rate in the EU. A new Headhunting Support Centre will provide Basque Country-based organisations access to latest sectoral trends and real-time market data, so they can effectively headhunt skilled professionals across the globe. An online tool will compliment Bizkaia Talent’s other talent-mapping efforts, relocation services and recruitment events – and provide access to a network of 12,500 skilled professionals from more than 100 countries.

EU: Bologna Process has to be reset

Study By 11 July, 2019 No Comments

The crisis of academic freedom in Europe emerged as the main theme at the recent Bologna Process Beyond 2020: Fundamental values of the EHEA conference in Bologna. More than 200 university rectors and 800 other stakeholders participated. The aim of the conference was partly to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Bologna Declaration and partly to feed into the next European Higher Education Area or EHEA ministerial conference on the future of the Bologna Process that will take place in Rome next year.

EUROPE: the expansion of drugs

Living By 27 June, 2019 No Comments

Becoming obsessive with things is always a bad sign. Drug abuse is not just linked to alchol, cocaine or cannabis. There is also an increasing abuse of digital devices, sport or even sex. We talk to Hans R. Hoffmann how to overcome these problems. The therapist treats people suffering adictions of all kind on the small island of Gozo situated close to Malta

5G: Will it create or destroy jobs in Europe?

Study By 26 June, 2019 No Comments

by Andrés F. Tejero González /planet-bpm.com

To satisfy the ever-increasing demand for mobile broadband communications, the IMT-Advanced (IMT-A) standards have been ratified by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in November 2010 and the fourth generation (4G) wireless communication systems are currently being deployed worldwide. The standardization for LTE Rel-12, also known as LTE-B, is also ongoing and expected to be finalized in 2014. The problem is that 5G will create millions of jobs but destroy millions more. We need a plan.

BARCELONA: a learning hub to experiment the school 2020

Study By 24 June, 2019 No Comments

by Stefanie Claudia Müller

There is not a lot of time left to adapt to the enormous changes that we have to face in the next years. The most significant driving force of change is the climate threat, but also a world where we will work less with our body and more with our brain. Where robots will serve in a bar, clean hotels and help people in elderly homes. Christopher Pommerening who used to travel, study and work around the globe wants to give us the tools to be able to move in this world, especially our kids need a lot of assistance the next years. They will be the changemakers and suffer the most climate change.