Re-imagining work: White paper, work 4.0

The working world of the future will be different from today’s. Will it also be better? Will we work in a more self-determined and healthy way? Will we go back to university or learn a new occupation at the age of 50? Are machines taking away our work, or are they paving the way for innovations and productivity gains which create new jobs?


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Re-imagining work: White paper, work 4.0
BMAS (Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales) (2017), Re-imagining work: White paper, work 4.0, Federal Ministery of Labour and Social Affairs, Germany.


  • Research publication
  • EU28, Germany
  • Yes
  • no specific sector focus
  • employment gain, platform characteristics and business model, skills and employability
  • English, German
  • BMAS (Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales) (Government)
  • Qualitative research
  • 2017
  • Open access
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