But many are not that lucky. Nearly half of the jobs in America are at high risk of being automated over the next ten to twenty years. That is the conclusion of a recent study by Professors Frey and Osborne, from the University of Oxford, in England.
According to their results, those most at risk are employees in the transport and logistics industry, as well as the majority of clerical and administrative assistants and production workers.
On the contrary, the jobs that will stay the furthest from the robot’s tentacles are those that perform tasks that require «creative and social intelligence.»
This includes, but is not limited to, teachers, artists and creative media personnel, community workers, and health professionals.