Training and education may not be enough to robot-proof your job, a recent report dealing with the impact of automation and offshoring on job loss shows.
The 10 jobs most vulnerable to automation include mathematical science occupations and insurance underwriters, according to a Ball State University study. A college degree is usually required for these occupations, both of which have median annual salaries of more than $65,000.
Many of the other top 10 jobs most vulnerable to automation pay less and don’t require the same level of education.
However, all on the list have something in common, according to “How Vulnerable are American Communities to Automation, Trade and Urbanization?”
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