From Manufacturer to Coder: How is the United States preparing its workforce for the professions of the Future?
A well-known study by Oxford professors estimates that in one or two decades, half of the number of U.S. jobs will become automated. The projections for job computerization have moved beyond production occupations and have entered service and other non-routine jobs that required cognitive tasks. Som...
Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania
Job Automatization; Artificial Intelligence; Professions of the Future; Education; Education Investment; Apprenticeships
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