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Britain's poorest households are still struggling to recover from the recession, and robots are going to make it worse

The debate over technological progress has always been a divisive one — some recognise that it is a key driver in raising standards of living, while others believe that it represents a significant threat to job markets around the world. New research from services firm PriceWaterhouseCooper highlights both the picture of sluggish global economic growth, and the huge impact that automation is going to have on the job market.
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