There are as many opinions about jobs and artificial intelligence as there are people who have them. A Vanguard global economist recently said AI will replace one in two jobs.
When Sunday evening rolls around, how are you feeling about work the next day? Are you indifferent, or does the idea of sitting down in that office fill you with feelings of stress or dread?
That may sound vaguely dystopian, but it’s on the horizon. A 2013 study from Oxford University found that a whopping 47% of US jobs could be automatized in 20 years.
The Pennsylvania departments of Labor & Industry, Human Services, and Education this week kicked off “Experience the Employment Connection 2017”
Santa Clarita’s unemployment rate grew and workforce shrank in August, marking the third month in a row that the jobless rate has increased.
Amazon could make the most gargantuan of deliveries to metro Atlanta. We just have to give the online giant encouragement. Like maybe way more than $1 billion.
When people relocate for a job, they tend to gravitate towards millennial meccas like New York and San Francisco.
When it comes to career paths, job titles like “oil baron” or “CEO of Fortune 500 company” will always gross the highest incomes in the country.
It’s a long-running talking point spouted by Trump administration members and the president himself: Undocumented immigrants are taking jobs away from black and Hispanic Americans.
A recent study found that more than half of Americans are afraid they will lose their job to a robot.