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Plan to combat automated threats to jobs

In a report to be published today, the state will warn that by 2025, technology and automation will make some jobs disappear altogether and many companies will face an uncertain future

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
10th March, 2019

The government is to unveil plans to increase productivity by Irish companies and boost the labour force, to combat the emerging threats to jobs.

In a report to be published today, the state will warn that by 2025, technology and automation will make some jobs disappear altogether and many companies will face an uncertain future.

The Future Jobs Ireland report is understood to say that it is time to shift Ireland’s enterprise and jobs focus, to...

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