Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion

08/06/2018
Robots at work - A report on automatable and non-automatable employment shares in Europe

Robots at work - A report on automatable and non-automatable employment shares in Europe

This work documents the shares of non-automatable and automatable jobs in 24 European countries over the last three decades. Knowledge of this distribution is important as it reveals the countries, and the demographics within these countries whose employment is the most vulnerable to disappearing because of automation, as well countries who have tended towards substituting labour with automation at a faster rate over the last two decades.  The same distribution also reveals the jobs that are likely to stay with us in the future, to the extent that they are non-automatable. 

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