Technology Taking Over Jobs Statistics [Fresh Research]

In this post, we will explore a series of eye-opening statistics highlighting the significant impact of technology on the future of employment. From potential job displacements to the evolving landscape of human-technology integration, these statistics shed light on the profound transformations underway in various industries across the globe.

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"47% of total US employment is at risk of being automated."

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"75 million jobs may be displaced by technology globally between 2018 and 2022."

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"By 2025, AI-based automation could eliminate 73 million jobs in the US."

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"In the UK, 35% of jobs could be automated by 2030."

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"40% of jobs in sectors like manufacturing, transport, and retail could be automated within the next 15 years."

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"800 million jobs could be displaced by automation across the globe by 2030."

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"84% of businesses predict they will need more human-technology integration in their workforce by 2022."

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"5 million manufacturing jobs in the US were lost to automation between the years 2000 to 2010."

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"55% of companies plan to move from human labor to automation globally by 2022."

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"In 2025, global unemployment of low-skilled workers could rise by 11% due to automation."

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"61.1% of the tasks done by financial professionals can potentially be automated."

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"15% of the global workforce may be displaced in the next decade due to automation."

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"65% of children entering primary school today will work in jobs that don’t currently exist."

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"In Japan, 49% of jobs might be automated by 2035."

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"Companies using automation will likely generate 60% of jobs while displacing 40%."

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"Since the 2000s, jobs requiring routine technical and cognitive skills hours fell by 1.2%."

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"90% of executives said technology-driven change will lead to job loss in their company globally by 2022."

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"In the US, automation could potentially affect up to 54.5% of jobs in the travel industry."

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The statistics presented paint a clear picture of the increasing impact of technology on the job market. With significant percentages of jobs at risk of automation and displacement globally and within specific industries, the integration of human labor with technology is becoming a growing necessity for businesses. The potential for job loss due to automation is a reality that many sectors, including manufacturing, finance, and travel, will need to navigate in the coming years. However, these changes also bring opportunities for new job creation, particularly in industries utilizing automation. As the workforce evolves to adapt to these technological shifts, it is crucial for individuals and businesses to prepare for the changing landscape of employment in a rapidly advancing technological world.

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