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Which jobs are at risk because of technology?

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I think machine operators need to worry about their jobs. Robots can easily do that efficiently once they're programmed.
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Since everyone is into ebooks now, librarians could be at risk. I don't think people even bother to even go to libraries at these time and age!
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I think jobs that require repetitive motions or prone to mistakes have a higher chance of being obsolete. Jobs in the assembly lines or bank tellers...
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I think jobs that require repetitive motions or prone to mistakes have a higher chance of being obsolete. Jobs in the assembly lines or bank tellers...
I agree.. bank tellers can be replaced with all these automated deposit machines in place.
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I think mailman since we have emails now.
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Telemarketers could be replaced by automated machines. Their jobs are so boring and repetitive anyway.
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Manufacturing jobs are at risk. Some companies really spend on technology to produce more products on a daily basis.
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Telephone operators were made obsolete in the 80s-90s. I think the next one on the chopping block would be cashiers with Amazon rolling out their self-check out store in Seattle! I think Japan also did that already too. I think that's awesome! We should have that everywhere!
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I think mailman since we have emails now.
I believe that too. Sooner or later, mailmen will become obsolete because of technology. face screaming in fear
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Some manufacturing jobs.
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Telephone operators were made obsolete in the 80s-90s. I think the next one on the chopping block would be cashiers with Amazon rolling out their self-check out store in Seattle! I think Japan also did that already too. I think that's awesome! We should have that everywhere!
Oh yeah! I saw a lot of jobs being replaced by machines over the course of my lifetime. Telephone operators, bank tellers, mailmen, assembly line personnel, customer service.
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Maybe toll booth attendants or train ticket attendants.
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Data encoders would probably be on the list. They do repetitive jobs and humans tend to make errors. Machines would do a better job.
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