Strained Danish job market poses challenge for Novo's newest expansion
The drugmaker is seeking to create 160 new jobs by a expanding a facility in Denmark – but in a squeezed domestic job market, the firm will have to make itself known while future technicians still being educated.
by christopher due karlsson, translated by daniel pedersen
On Tuesday, Novo Nordisk announced it will expand its existing facility in Bagsværd, a Copenhagen suburb; once completed in 2024, the project is expected to create 160 new jobs.
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