Jobs at significant risk to automation

Based on a comprehensive report recently released, the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, a Washington, D.C. think-tank, automation will significantly and adversely impact jobs in the future.  One prominent part of the study findings suggests that over 31 percent of Latino workers, 27 percent of African-American workers, 24 percent of White workers, and 20 percent of Asian-American workers are concentrated in just 30 occupations at high-risk to automation.

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Race & Jobs at High Risk to Automation | Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies