Interactive map reveals top 10 areas in the US where workers are at risk of being replaced by ROBOTS – amid predictions up to 50 percent will lose their jobs

December 3, 2019

Outside of the busy city locations, the reported found that the manufacturing industry in the Midwest is being threatened the most by robot workers.

William Rodgers, a professor of public policy at Edward J. Bloustein School and chief economist at the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development and coauthor of the report, said: ‘There have been clear losers with increased automation—namely, younger, less-educated manufacturing workers in the Midwest and younger, minority workers in these industries in particular.’

‘These industries not only have the highest number of robots in use, but are also experiencing the fastest growth in robot adoption.’

Daily Mail, December 2, 2019

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