Workforce and Employment

The jobs forecast is unsettled. It's time for a reskilling revolution

Denmark's Minister of Employment says we need a reskilling revolution to prepare workers for the future. Image: Josefin/Unsplash

Peter Hummelgaard

Minister for Employment, Ministry of Employment of Denmark

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