Workforce and Employment

Will the automation of everything lead to job creation or job risks?

What can we do about job creation and risks in a future where drones, 3D printing and automation replace jobs? Image: REUTERS/Heino Kalis

Andrew Chakhoyan
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With automation becoming more and more prominent, some jobs will fade away while many new avenues for job creation will become available. Image: World Bank Development Report
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As political careers are made and broken on the promises of job creation, it will require a great deal of courage for our leaders to take responsibility and initiate a frank debate on the possibility of a work-free future. In picture: US President Barack Obama takes a look at a 3D printed Shelby Cobra car. Image: REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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