Automation will definitely eliminate jobs. It will also change the skills and responsibilities of existing jobs. Every individual ought to be paying very close attention so they can prepare accordingly.
But on a mass scale, it’s not so dire. The people claiming automation will lead to mass unemployment are not looking at the full picture. They miss that automation is just one variable in a very complex economy. There are plenty of mitigating factors that suggest employment markets will rebalance just like they always do.
I write a lot more about this at my Medium publication “Our Future”. In the article linked below, I talk about seven incorrect assumptions being made on this topic. Check it out:
The one thing to keep in mind is developing your own perspective. Your job might be at risk and you should be preparing accordingly. Reverse Tide helps in many ways.
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Take a look at our offerings and automation isn’t the scary topic many make it out to be…