This OECD report presents evidence on the expanding scope of automation. After three decades of a secular decline in middle-income jobs, the bulk of low-skilled and low-income workers are now for the first time susceptible to computerization. Meanwhile, skilled jobs remain relatively resilient to recent trends in technology. In particular, workers with extraordinary social and creative skills will still remain in the workforce in 2030.
Other Recent Journal Article / Working Papers
Wage effect of participation and position in GVC: An industry level-level analysis
The Arrival of Fiber and the Digital Dividend Gap: Evidence from the Asymmetric Homebuyers’ Responses
Structural change, productivity growth and labour market turbulence in Africa
The Impact of Firm Downsizing on Workers: Evidence from Ethiopia’s Ready-Made Garment Industry
A comparison in species distribution model performance of succulents using key species and subsets of environmental predictors
Why is productivity slowing down?