Generally the only time you would itemize deductions is if those deductions would surpass the standard deduction allowed. In most cases if you do not own real estate, it's difficult to have deductions that would qualify beyond the standard allowable. That's because when you own a home, you are able to deduct PMI, interest on the loan, real estate taxes you paid etc. This can add up to quite a lot.
BTW, none of those items you mentioned are deductible because all of these things are provided to you as benefits. These are essentially a part of your income, not your expenses.
Deductions are for qualified expenses you pay. Not for things you receive.