The professional workers of the Italian Pension System for new types of employee (Gestione Separata Inps): career paths The Italian debate upon new forms of employment mainly focussed on stock measures to demonstrate how dynamics grew up, while only few studies considered the flows. In this article we analyse an administrative dataset from Italian Pension System for new types of employee (Gestione Separata Inps) in order to study how many people enter and exit this employment and pension condition. The group is basically split into two typologies: parasubordinati (i.e. autonomous employees) and free-lance without register (Partite Iva). The results emphasise that there is not any shooting up trend in stocks; the «parasubordinati » have longer careers in that condition (though we can’t say much more about it, it generally looks like a less secure form of employment than Partite Iva); there is a general phenomenon of upheaval among Partite Iva whose trajectories in this condition are shorter and more difficult to identify. As a result we can say that the main new forms of employment in Italy are legally (and supposed to be) autonomous but actually play a rather passive role in the labour market. Thus, it is not simple to distinguish between strong workers and feeble and precarious workers because of an impossible merging with other sources, and it is very difficult to understand the future trajectories of these people. On the other hand this data may highlight the real dynamics about trends, stocks and flows.