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Automation, rather than globalization, has hollowed out middle-income jobs.
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Lower-paid, lower-skilled jobs are most at risk, but they're not the only ones.
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Baby boomers are a different story, though.
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Federal officials were warned over the summer that machines are going to replace more jobs in the workforce in the coming years and that will require a rethink of how government helps the unemployed....
The world is seeing "a large decline in the demand for less-skilled jobs."
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Worldwide, a majority expects robots will make their lives better.
WASHINGTON - Cheaper, better robots will replace human workers in the world's factories at a faster pace over the next decade, pushing labour costs down 16 per cent, a report Tuesday said.The Boston C...
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This article was not written by a robot. But a decade from now, it could well be. When people hear the now-familiar refrain “robots are taking our jobs,” they tend to think of robotic arms replacing a...
WASHINGTON - Robots and artificial intelligence could either kill low-skill jobs or create new types of work over the next decade.They also could have very little impact at all.That's according to 1,9...