Danish central bank warns country at full employment

Denmark's central bank identified four groups of people that could be used to expand its workforce: working people pushing back their retirement, students, people on disability pensions and immigrantsDenmark is technically at full employment and must find ways of expanding its labour force to avoid harmful effects on the economy, Denmark’s central bank said on Wednesday. “Unemployment has now reached its ‘structural level’ … There are, so to speak, no labour reserves among the unemployed,” it said in a quarterly report. “There are already signs of pressures in the labour market.

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