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Launch of Denmark's Technology Pact: Will ensure more people in Danish life science

A close collaboration between the business industry and education institutions will lift the skill level of the work force and encourage more young people to pursue a career in life science. The Novo Nordisk Foundation and Danish Lundbeck are part of the Technology Pact, which was presented Tuesday. The goal is that 10,000 or more will pursue an education in science or technology before 2025.

The Danish Life Science sector is facing massive challenges when it comes to recruiting highly educated specialists. That is part of the reason why Denmark's government, lead by Brian Mikkelsen, is launching a new Technology Pact. Lundbeck is one of the companies that has signed the pact. | Foto: Rune Aarestrup Pedersen

Tuesday, the Danish Government led by the Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, Brian Mikkelsen, presented the new Technology Pact. The aim is to ensure the work force in the future labor market and will help accelerate Denmark's leap into the Digital age.

In step with the increase in advanced technology and digital solutions in the future, companies' demand for skills within science, technology, IT and math - the so-called STEM-subjects - can only go one way. Up.

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