Which jobs are at risk?

Both white - and blue-collar jobs are at risk. The more predictable and repetitive the activities that make up the task, the more likely it is to be replicated by machines … and automated.
The jobs of clerks, cashiers, tellers, construction-, mining- and maintenance workers all fall into this category. The more intensive the use of human-like skills to perform a task, the less likely it is to be automated.
Jobs with less than 25 percent of risk of automation will comfortably ‘run with the machine’. Hard-to-automate jobs include tasks like influencing people, teaching people, programming, real-time discussions, advising people, negotiating and cooperating with co-workers.
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