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Technology is about to disrupt the blue-collar workforce in emerging markets

India is home to 450 million blue-collar workers. Technological advancements could be a good thing for them.

India is home to 450 million blue-collar workers. Technological advancements could be a good thing for them. Image: REUTERS/Jayanta Dey (INDIA)

Devansh Pathak
Strategy and Community Engagement, World Economic Forum
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