In the beginning there were eco-jobs, then jobs with a low carbon dioxide content, and finally green jobs. Now circular jobs have also appeared, explicitly referencing the circular economy dynamics. The world of employment has in fact suffered – and has continued to do so over the last two decades – a radical transformation connected to technological and digital innovation on the one side and a heightened environmental sensitivity on the other.  Green jobs must also be decent, adequately paid, inclusive and free from gender disparities, in accordance with the premise of the Brundtland Report, which states that there can be no environmental justice without social justice. It is not enough to be a solar panel manufacturer, an expert in the reuse of materials or a good ga...