Last Wednesday, the Committee for the Integration of Graduates organized the first edition of Panels de l’Insertion (Employment Panels) addressing the theme of “The digital revolution, towards new professions.”

More than 40 companies and public entities were present for this first edition of Panels de l’Insertion. Indeed, several professionals from the employment sectors in Monaco were able to expose their activities to the 200 young people who came to learn about the different possible directions and gather evidence about the realities of the professional world.

Frédéric Genta, the interministerial delegate for the digital transition, gave many tips, stressing the importance of “being curious and passionate in one’s professional vision.”

Muriel Bubbio, Chargé de mission of the Commission for the Integration of Graduates, expressed the wish that “this new meeting becomes a must for young people who are wondering about their future in a world in perpetual change”.

A second edition of the Panels de l’Insertion with the theme “the energy transition, all relevant professions” is already scheduled for 2020 by the Commission. As a reminder, the latter’s role is to best prepare the students of the Principality for professional life, but also to guide them in their choice of profession and inform them about promising sectors, with a vision for better integration into business.

*Article originally published on the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.