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This is how biased technology change can impact the labour market

A worker checks a steel part at a steelworks in Seoul, South Korea, July 15, 2015. South Korean steelmaker POSCO said on Wednesday its quarterly operating profit rose 7.5 percent year-on-year, mostly in line with estimates, as weak steel demand continues to pressure margins.   REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

There have been significant changes of employment at the industry level. Image: REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

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