Denmark - Fewer jobs outsourced over the border - November 30, 2017

The statistical office produced an interesting overview of the evolution of outsourcing practices, and especially of outsourcing across the border. The data provide information on the occurrence of outsourcing in different sectors and occupations, as well as an indication of its impact. The figures show that 8,500 jobs were outsourced abroad in 2014-2016. This is a substantial reduction, compared to the 16,900 jobs that were outsourced in 2009-2011. The industrial sector accounted for the highest share of outsourced jobs, followed by information & communication and trade.

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