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Jobs of the future: pick a gig that robots can’t do

As increasing automation rules out humans, here are roles that are future-proofed

24th January, 2016

In the decades to come, many tasks traditionally performed by humans will be automated. This will have a major disruptive impact on the labour market. For instance, news organisations are already using algorithms to write business stories and sports updates. At the same time, accountants and underwriters are two more professions threatened by the rise of the machines. And this is just the tip of the iceberg.

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