Women's jobs are twice as likely to be replaced by machines as men's

Mail Online | 7/15/2019 | Tom Witherow For The Daily Mail
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Women are twice as likely to have jobs that could be replaced by robots, according to a study.

Around one in ten is in a role with a 'high potential' for automation such as social care, retail and hospitality.

Experts - Institute - Public - Policy - Research

Experts at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) said women over 60 were at the greatest disadvantage.

Their jobs are four times as likely as those of men of the same age to be taken by robots.

Think-tank - Future - Ours - Report - Cent

The think-tank's Future Is Ours report said 9 per cent of women are in jobs at risk of automation, compared with 4...
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