Minister wants to ease path of qualified foreign labour to Denmark

. Despite more places being created at universities and more Danish students entering these fields, there will still be a deficit of around 10,000 people. The integration and immigration minister, Inger Støjberg, has indicated a willingness to make it easier for Danish companies to employ suitably-qualified foreigners. According to the employers’ organisation Dansk Industri (DI), there are a great many barriers when it comes to employing people from outside the EU. “It is problematical that it is so difficult for a company to bring in qualified labour from abroad when we are actually lacking employees with specific qualifications,” said Steen Nielsen, the deputy head of DI. - CPH Post -



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