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Retraining programs aid LI workers in jobs at risk of automation
Rapid changes in automation and technology are leading workers on Long Island and nationwide to retrain for new careers. Malika D. Muschette, 25, of Baldwin, who became a bank teller in February, has ... read more
New study: it would be cheap to retrain coal workers for solar jobs
What would it cost to retrain coal workers for the (closest matching) solar job ... of retraining displaced coal workers.) It’s difficult to get funding out of Congress. (Remember that Republicans are ... read more
Study: Detroit/Michigan at less risk for job loss from automation than others in region
Study: 640,000 jobs in metro Detroit alone at high risk for automation ... of continued automation less onerous on citizens and the economy. Those policies include creating a universal adjustment ... read more
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375 million jobs may be automated by 2030, is your job one of the ones at risk?
The McKinsey Global Institute cautions that as many as 375 million workers will need to switch occupational categories by 2030 due to automation. The work most at risk of automation includes physical ... read more
Gillibrand introduces bill to add protections for workers at risk from automation
includes automation in the Trade Adjustment Assistance program. This program currently provides retraining, subsidies and assistance in finding new jobs for workers who can prove they lost their job ... read more
After warnings of under-spending, Liberals eye boosts to job-training programs
Those technological advances are expected to make some jobs obsolete, largely as a result of automation. The percentage of Canadian workers at high risk of being affected ... can be done to expand ... read more
Machines to handle more work tasks, but precision medicine roles to grow
Previous studies, including an earlier one by the WEF, have generally forecast automation will destroy more jobs than ... companies plan retraining only for "key roles," and only one-third say they ... read more
The fourth industrial revolution is here: Is Philadelphia ready?
That’s because routine tasks like warehousing, transportation and office administration have a high automation risk, and jobs created around ... subsidized employment programs and a universal ... read more
American Workers Evaluate the State of Jobs in the Digital Economy
“These changes are affecting the very nature of jobs by rewarding social, communications and analytical skills. They are prodding many workers to think about lifetime commitments to retraining ... ... read more
AT&T’s Ambitious Effort to Retrain More than 100,000 Workers
As AT&T Inc. takes on a massive effort to transform its technology infrastructure, the company is trying to give workers new skills ... need to be reinforced on the job by managers, he said. “Whether ... read more