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Robots and automated machines have already replaced some of our jobs, such as ATMs and self service checkouts.

But a new report published in September called The Future of Skills Employment in 2030 claims nearly 30 percent of the 160 million people in U.S.A’s workforce can relax knowing their jobs are safer than they thought.

However, if more robots are implemented into workforces, what impacts will this have on the nature of work and how many people will still be able to do the jobs they were trained to do?

 

 

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