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Women's work faces the greatest risk of automation, says new research

Job descriptions with the words 'machine' or 'operate' are most vulnerable. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Emma Charlton

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Women’s jobs at risk. Image: Office for National Statistics
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