In the next decade, the rise and use of machines, robots, and algorithms will not create employment crises by replacing human work. Instead, it will create almost twice as many jobs for the global economy.
According to the Guardian, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF), in the next 10 years, with the rapid advancement of technology, there may be 75 million jobs replaced globally, but at the same time, about 133 million jobs will be created. post.
At present, there is widespread concern that the rise of the robotic economy may cause millions of workers to lose their jobs and have a wide-ranging impact on pay, living standards and inequality in developed countries. This data has alleviated this concern to some extent.
But Klaus Schwab, president of the World Economic Forum, said that employment growth brought about by technology is not a "inevitable outcome" and that the country needs to increase investment in training and education to help workers adapt to change. The report also found that current retraining workers face pressing challenges