Denmark is still standing despite the ongoing visit of ‘Dmitry Donskoj’, the world’s largest nuclear submarine, which is expected to pass under the Great Belt Bridge linking Zealand to Funen on Saturday. The 172 metre-long Russian sub, together with the atomic-powered ‘Pjotr Velikij’ and two other naval vessels, are on their way to a Chinese-Russian training exercise in the Baltic Sea. Some observers have described the sail-past as military posturing.
One in five have more than one job
A quarter of employed people in Denmark have part-time jobs and one in five have more than one job, according to new research by a team at the University of Copenhagen. Of those on part-time jobs, around half are either on zero-hour contract or work fewer than 15 hours a week – students, who are often prevented from working more, account for a half of all such jobs. Part-time jobs are most prevalent in the cleaning, hotel, retail, customer service, and food and drink sectors.