AI created three times as many jobs as it destroyed in 2018
While AI will reduce employment in some industries, it is also creating new products and services, giving rise to new markets, improving productivity, and making work better, a ZipRecruiter Future of Work -survey shows.
Key findings of the report include:
- One in five job seekers fear they will one day lose their job to AI,
- AI created three times as many jobs as it destroyed in 2018,
- Employers across several industries have begun offering more on-the-job training to prepare for the future of work.
- Our first annual report on the future of work combines proprietary ZipRecruiter data mined from more than 50 million job postings, survey results from more than 11,000 job seekers and 500 employers, and a deep dive into the effects of artificial intelligence on five transitioning industries, Ziprecruiter says.
Read the full report https://www.ziprecruiter.com/blog/future-of-work-report-2019/
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