Workforce and Employment

Worried about a robot taking your job? Here's what you can do about it

The impact of automation on work is most salient in manufacturing. Image: REUTERS/Issei Kato

Pedro Nicolaci da Costa

Editorial Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics

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