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21st Century Career Managing Tip - The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Job Market

Hello;
Monitoring the job market and preparing for career changes never ends, this includes having awareness of the future job environment. 

As technology grows, the impacts on society and our ability to survive on our own terms can bring stress and uncertainty in an already uncertain period. Here are a couple of observations I share for your consideration and further research.

13Jan19; CBS 60 Minutes ran a story about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its implications on society and the job market. The interview was with Kai-Fu Lee, an AI expert and venture capitalist.

Lee stated in the 60 Minute’s interview he expects approximately 40% of todays jobs become irrelevant within the next 15-20 years. Those jobs tend to involve processes that can be automated such as vehicle drivers, bookkeepers, store clerks, etc.

11Jan19 and 14Jan19; Time and CNBC ran articles where Lee identified jobs most likely safe from AI. Those jobs are ones involving creativity, negotiation/emotional intelligence/social intelligence skills, strategic thinking, certain types of analysis as well as unknown jobs that will develop as a result of AI. 

The point - where crisis surfaces, so do opportunities. Take the time to pay attention to the world around you so you can identify how to shape your future, rather the future shape you.
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