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Globalisation and technology are changing the structure of the labour market. Now, companies have the choice to recruit from further afield and without the need for traditional office workers. Matthew Bishop explores how companies can, and will, recruit employees in the future and how individuals can get ahead in this era of change.
The great mismatch
Labour-market trends: Winners and losers
Bottom of the pyramid
Self-help: My big fat career
Companies' concerns: Got talent?
The role of government: Lending a hand
A better balance: More feast, less famine
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