Robots will soon dominate workplaces says WEF in new report
22 September, 2018, 13:14
Machines now perform 29% of workplace tasks and this is expected to increase to 42% by 2022, meaning an average reduction in task hours of 13% from 71% to 58% for humans. However, in terms of overall numbers of new jobs, the outlook is positive.
As a prominent the Switzerland-based WEF has shed some statistical light on the situation, predicting that, while robots will displace in the region of 75 million jobs by 2022, they'll create 133 million new ones. A major challenge, however, will be training and re-training employees for that new world of work. "Without proactive approaches, businesses and workers may lose out on the economic potential of the Fourth Industrial Revolution".
Meanwhile, employees should expect "significant shifts" in the quality, location, and format of new roles, meaning that the typical full time, permanent employee will be less dominant.
"If this is to be the case, we hope that companies are putting plans into place sooner rather than later for their human members of staff, ensuring they're not going to be without work and money, before implementing these technical replacements". According to the WEF report, almost 50% of all firms expect their full-time workforce to shrink over the next few years.
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