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Jobs that Don’t Exist Yet: Art Based on World Economic Forum Predictions

The automation of many of our jobs – even those that have long seemed safe – is fully inevitable at this point. One study predicts that about 38 percent of American jobs will be at high risk of automation by the early 2030s, which is not that far away. We’re asked to trust that future …
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