Artificial intelligence and the EU labour market

21 November 2017

Widespread automation is often named as the greatest long-term threat to human employment. But Europe’s immediate job market problems are of a different sort: regulatory, structural and demographic.
The EU labour market is currently facing three challenges: the regimented employment protection, the economic restructuring, and the changing demographics, which can be partially addressed through policy measures.

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