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Cooks have the most dangerous profession in the Netherlands, but fortunately they are not yet full of it. Other occupations at the tip of the warning triangle: bus driver, process operator and police officer.

The government is having a good time today. Minister* de Bruijn of Trade and State Secretary* Yeşilgöz attend the climate summit in Glasgow. The Prime Minister* is going to strengthen ties in Greece and Minister* Knapen of Foreign Affairs is going on a state visit to Norway with the King and Queen. He compensate!

* caretaker, don’t forget

In the past, no dog actually knew them, but now the German biotech company BioNTech has become a multi-billion dollar machine due to the corona vaccine it makes with Pfizer. Today they come with the figures for the third quarter. They’re going to be spectacularly good.

Space agency NASA provides an update on the moon landing program Artemis. The aim is to put humans on the moon again within a few years. Only white men are not eligible.

This piece was the most shared yesterday: What should you do when your energy contract expires or you have a variable contract? The best option: stick to a variable rate for a while, and then strike when the prices have fallen again.

We think you should also read this: Squeaky, creaking and with healthy reluctance, the Netherlands is still participating in an initiative by the UK to stop providing government support for fossil investments abroad.

And this you may have missed last night: Entrepreneurs that we have helped through the lockdowns with many billions are now still getting into trouble. A tax debt totaling 18.3 billion euros mainly affects those sectors that were already struggling. For some entrepreneurs, the debt seems unaffordable.

This could come along at the coffee machine:

Good day!

ps The shortage on the labor market is here to stay. And there is really only one way to get people to work more hours: higher wages. That writes columnist Nora Neuteboom.

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