I draw on a substantial body of theoretical and empirical research on advanced automation technology, labor market insecurity, and collective joblessness, and using and replicating data from OECD/PIAAC, Pew Research Center, PwC, and The Economist, I performed analyses and made estimates regarding percentage who says automation will lead to new, better-paying jobs, jobs that will likely be eliminated by robots in the future, automation risk by job type (%), automation risk (50% or higher) and GDP per person (selected countries), and percentage of existing jobs at potential risk of automation.
SOURCE: Melissa Connolly-barker. “Advanced Automation Technology, Labour Market Insecurity, and Collective Joblessness: the Determinants, Constrains and Employment Effects of Robots and Artificial Intelligence on the Realm of Work.” CEEOL, December 2019.
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