The Brookings Institution issued a report in early 2019 saying that about a quarter of all American jobs “will have experienced high exposure to automation” by 2030. That’s another way to say that robots and artificial intelligence will remove nearly 25% of jobs from the workforce.
Nearly a quarter-century ago, Jeremy Rifkin startled America with his book “The End of Work,” in which he articulated how “computers, robotics, telecommunications, and other cutting-edge technologies are fast replacing human beings in virtually every sector” of the economy.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has listed the fastest declining occupations from 2018 to 2028, with many of them expected to decline by well over 20%, meaning millions of lost jobs in less than a decade.
Check out the jobs expected to see the greatest decline through 2028.