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Research from the Reform think-tank last month suggested robots and computers could replace nearly 250,000 public sector jobs over the next 15 years.
The increasing reliance on automation and robots will see a larger percentage of American jobs being replaced by mechanized and automated systems, more than any other country, according to a new report.
The risks is lower in sectors like health and social work, which is predicted to have only 17 percent of workers replaced by robots.
More robots and artificial intelligence in the workplace will call for a more highly educated workforce in the future.
Jobs in retail and wholesale were rated third highest in terms of vulnerability to being automated.
as informed in The numbers are frightening: 38% of American jobs are at the “high risk” of being automated by 2030, the report found.
But on the other hand, there is evidence that the United States government may be underestimating the threat of robotization to American workers.
Health care jobs are in a relatively safer category: Demand for nurse practitioners, home health care aids, physical therapy aids and more are all expected to grow by more than 30% by 2024.
While we often think of automation risk as affecting certain industries more than others, within industries themselves there are specific jobs that are harder to replace than others.
More of the U.K.’s finance jobs involve doing business internationally, and that might require higher levels of specialization and education.
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Report finds 38% of US jobs will lost to robots by 2030
The report also found that 38% of US jobs will be replaced by robots and artificial intelligence by the early 2030s.
This is compared to 30% of UK jobs, 35% of Germany and 21% in Japan.
A new report has found that 38 percent of US jobs will be replaced by robots and artificial intelligence by the early 2030s.
Those jobs were then matched to a wage that determines the worker’s risk of having their jobs taken over by a robot.
The analysis revealed that 61% of financial services jobs are at risk of a robot takeover.