Episode 5 – Almut Balleer


Professor Almut Balleer on Good Jobs Without Coal and on the Job Market of the Future

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Structural change is also changing the labor market. Many people in the coal industry are losing their jobs, while at the same time new opportunities and industries are emerging. We talk to Professor Almut Balleer from the Chair of Applied Economics about the industries of the future, employee job matching and the potential of the circular economy. Almut Balleer also reports on promising future projects and reveals which skills will become increasingly important for the employees of the future.


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