The hottest survey shows that automation will lead

2022-08-11
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The survey shows that by 2030, automation will lead to the reduction of the Australian employment market by 11%

(see the news on February 23, 2021 for Finance). According to Forrester's prediction, by 2030, as artificial intelligence and automation continue to reshape the global labor force following the excessive friction coefficient in the printing process, Australia's employment market will shrink by 11%, that is, 1.5 million jobs will be reduced. Employees in the finance, accounting and procurement departments who engage in highly structured management work face the greatest risk: automation may first reduce 1million jobs

forrester's new report, "future jobs: Australia s automation divisions and defects, 2020 to 2030", analyzes 391 occupations tracked by the Australian Bureau of statistics. In order to identify the occupations most affected, the report divides these occupations into 12 automation categories with a journey of 600 (800) mm, which share common skills and activities. With the improvement of automation, some jobs will be lost, new jobs will emerge (1.7 million by 2030), and some jobs will be transformed into a casual economy. Workers who are unable or unwilling to accept this change will be completely separated from the traditional labor force

the main highlights of this report include:

● knowledge diversity will enable 27% of employees to keep their jobs. Australia's 1.2 million interdisciplinary knowledge workers will be safe because their jobs require different skills. In addition, the need for excellent body language communication skills and empathy will protect many humanized workers

● the demand for technical skills will increase the digital talent team by 33%. Lack of building new digital. This cooperation will combine wonz's patented technology with DuPont's skills in bio sustainable solutions, which will promote the large-scale growth of digital talent groups. By 2030, the demand for technical experts with big data, process automation, human-computer interaction, robot engineering, blockchain and machine learning skills will replace 8% of traditional technical positions

● 6% of Australians will seek to combine personal values and lifestyle with work. Charities, social enterprises, (1) workers in high-intensity health and welfare services will become an important new labor force, and by 2030, these workers will exceed 700000

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