In the next 30 years, robots will occupy half of the jobs.


In the next 30 years, robots will occupy half of the jobs. Two very important indicators concerning the future of the labor market recently stirred the public: - only 85 people control the same amount of money as the poorest part of the world; - 47% of all the work in the world in the next twenty years will be able to perform robots.

In combination, these two factors predict the imminent onset of an anti-utopia. As more and more automatic equipment will be able to meet the needs of corporations, more and more workers will be replaced by robots - this will allow companies to cut costs and increase profits. First it will affect the service and production sector, and the next wave of automation will deprive the work of accountants, call center specialists and real estate agents.

So say the research data, conducted in 2013 by the University of Oxford. The researchers tried to find out what kinds of jobs can be automated, and were themselves amazed by the result. Creative profe