Due to its productive and social characteristics, tourism is internationally recognized as a poor economy, characterised by poorly paid and insecure employment, and high turnover rates. In the Italian economic landscape, tourism presents the highest risk of low wages because of low hourly wages and limited work periods throughout the year. However, in this contribution, drawing comparatively on two case studies of the tourist-hotel sector of Venice and Rimini, we show how the variation of particular social, institutional, and economic conditions also corresponds to a rather significant difference in the quality, remuneration, stability, and content of tourism employment and, therefore, of workers experiences.

Il lavoro povero nel turismo: mercati del lavoro, dinamiche locali e difetti regolativi. I casi di Rimini e Venezia a confronto

Francesco Eugenio Iannuzzi
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2022

Abstract

Due to its productive and social characteristics, tourism is internationally recognized as a poor economy, characterised by poorly paid and insecure employment, and high turnover rates. In the Italian economic landscape, tourism presents the highest risk of low wages because of low hourly wages and limited work periods throughout the year. However, in this contribution, drawing comparatively on two case studies of the tourist-hotel sector of Venice and Rimini, we show how the variation of particular social, institutional, and economic conditions also corresponds to a rather significant difference in the quality, remuneration, stability, and content of tourism employment and, therefore, of workers experiences.
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