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Pablo Valerio
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Re: Robotics: EU Launches $3.9 Billion Initiative
Pablo Valerio   6/8/2014 12:19:32 PM
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"something which will, altogether, create 75,000 new qualified jobs in service robotics"

I believe qualified jobs are the ones directly involved in robotics research, development and manufacturing. The other jobs are side industries benefiting of the robotics initiative.

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Robotics: EU Launches $3.9 Billion Initiative
TFCSD   6/8/2014 1:16:50 AM
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"something which will, altogether, create 75,000 new qualified jobs in service robotics"

Would someone kindly explain what is meant by "new qualified jobs" and not "new jobs" being used?



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