The future of work still requires people—so stop investing in them at your own peril

Automation may cast a dark shadow over low-skill workers, but a new report suggests there’s still hope for humans.

The robots aren’t taking over, yet: At least, that’s the finding of a report by the World Bank that looked at data on global industrial jobs. The World Development Report 2019 says advanced economies have shed industrial jobs, but the rise of the industrial sector in East Asia has more than compensated for this loss, meaning overall numbers haven’t changed. Jobs are relocating, not disappearing.

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The future of work still requires people—so stop investing in them at your own peril

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