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Labor 2030 – The Collusion of Demographics, Automation and Inequality

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Labor 2030 – The Collusion of Demographics, Automation and Inequality

In the light of rapidly aging populations, accelerating automation and rising inequality, we are faced with huge disruptions in the labor market. Bain’s Macro Trends Group looked at the confluence of those factors and what it means for the development of labor in the decade ahead.

The business environment of the 2020s will be more volatile and economic swings more extreme.

 How can executives prepare for this transformation of labor?

Which risks and opportunities can we expect to see on the labor market?

Bain & Company Sweden, in cooperation with the American Chamber of Commerce in Sweden, request the pleasure of your company for an Exclusive Dinner Roundtable with Karen Harris, Managing Director of the Macro Trends Group at Bain.

 Please note that this event is by invitation only.

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About Karen Harris

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Karen Harris, Managing Director of Bain & Company's Macro Trends Group, is based out of the firm's New York office. Karen is helping clients to understand and act upon the potential impact of a the volatile global environment on their business. She advises investors on the embedment of macro strategy into their investment strategy and due diligence.  

Karen is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the National Committee on US-China relations, and is regularly featured in major media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, Forbes and Bloomberg.

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