Automation has become an increasingly disruptive force in the labor market.
Self-driving cars threaten the job security of millions of American truck drivers. At banks, automated tellers are increasingly common. And at wealth management firms, robo -advisers are replacing humans.
“Any job that is routine or monotonous runs the risk of being automated away,” Yisong Yue, an assistant professor at the California Institute of Technology, told Business Insider.
While it may seem like low-skill jobs face the most risk of being replaced by automation, complicated jobs that are fairly routine face some of the biggest risks, Yue, who teaches read more >>>