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.

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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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