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Could 'job mortgages' help us adapt to the digital age?

Image: A woman walks on the esplanade of La Defense, in the financial and business district in La Defense, west of Paris. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Kemal Derviş

Vice President, Brookings Institution

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