University of Bradford. ©Tim Green aka atouch/Wikimedia Commons/cc-by-2.0   Looking at the numbers and expectations regarding the development of a circular economy in Europe and in the rest of the world, there is good reason to be enthusiastic. Numerous studies published in recent years show that the transition to a circular economy could bring about a positive transformation even in the world of work. According to “The circular economy and benefits for society. A study pertaining to Finland, France, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden,” drawn up by the Club of Rome in 2016, the number of new jobs could surpass 75,000 in Finland, 100,000 in Sweden, 200,000 in the Netherlands, 400,000 in Spain and half a million in France. This would mean the reduction by a thir...