The 20 jobs that robots are most likely to take over human jobs. Is your job at risk?

Machines are only getting smarter and more efficient. So much so that they're starting to take over both blue-collar and white-collar jobs. NPR recently posted a guide created by researchers that predicts the chance of our jobs being automated within the next 20 years.

To make their projections, the experts scored jobs across 21 fields on nine possible traits, the four most important being: cleverness, negotiation, helping others, and squeezing into small spaces. www.businessinsider.com/jobs-robots-are-most-likely-to-take-over-2015-5

- 9 'future-proof' careers, according to the world's largest job site.

"Machines have the potential to make the workplace more efficient, by automating mechanical and routine processes, but humans will always play a key-role at the centre," he said.

Check to see if your career makes the list, which is ranked in ascending order by average salary, according to data from Indeed and job search site Glassdoor. www.businessinsider.com/careers-that-are-safe-from-automation-2017-5

- Find Out If a Robot Will Take Your Job. Type in you filed or industry to see: time.com/4742543/robots-jobs-machines-work/

- Let the robots take our jobs and pay for a Universal Basic Income?

As developments in artificial intelligence and robotics advance, there is going to be a severe and swift disruption of many working classes. Large swaths of laborers are going to lose their jobs, leading to unprecedented levels of unemployment.

To account for this problem, having access to basic needs should become a right, not a privilege for the non-automated classes. It should be the responsibility of the corporations that have taken away working-class jobs to grant families this right—and the best solution would be in the form of a universal basic income.

UBI, an economic proposition in which a sum of money is regularly paid to a population, could be a vital bulwark against the unintended consequences of automation in the workforce. Companies will profit significantly from workforce automation, so the private sector will be able to afford shouldering this burden, while at the same time still making greater profits. qz.com/1034358/ubi-and-automation-could-be-the-symbiotic-solution-for-displaced-workers/

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Comments

    • captain skeptical
      captain skeptical

      creepy...+ that satan hand sign...that is twisted

      about 5 days ago
    • Jv Davirro
      Jv Davirro

      anything that could replace a lawyer would be an accomplishment.

      about 15 days ago
    • Jv Davirro
      Jv Davirro

      i think its an amazing thing, only if the prosecutor does not have a way to hack it. then you'd be screwed

      about 15 days ago
    • Elvis Kirby
      Elvis Kirby

      The flying cars should be out soon its 2020 yeah right. Thou shalt not fear a plastic robot cut one wire and it stops working.

      about 18 days ago
    • Shristi Wirkkala
      Shristi Wirkkala

      Heck yes i would trust a robot lawyer way before a human one any day!

      about 24 days ago
    • John Hardin
      John Hardin

      People do stuff for money to buy products. Robots make products for practically nothing but purchase and maintenance. Robots buy nothing. The billionaires have the needs of a single human. What will they buy? More assets and more control. Government is the best money can buy. Stand and deliver, your money or your life. What money?

      about 27 days ago
    • tractor
      tractor

      Not so ! Robots have ni imagination. Cannot INVENT things .

      about 29 days ago
    • Jim Viau
      Jim Viau

      Just realize for a moment, 1/4 of the military budget ( the declared part, that is) would be sufficient for providing basic universal income! Isn't that tell you about how f...ked-up the present psychopathic system we live in? 4 times the basic human activity necessary for survival is being deployed for crunching your neighbors before they crunch you. Humans are really sick.

      about 1 month ago
    • Josh Alfred
      Josh Alfred

      Read my book, Robot Life.

      about 1 month ago
    • THE HOUSEMAN
      THE HOUSEMAN

      HUMANS ARE SO LAZY AND DUMB....LETS MAKE ROBOTS TO CLEAN OUR BATHROOM.....JUST CLEAN YOUR BATHROOM! THAT'S ALL I SEE HERE, UNDER ACHIEVER'S, UNDERACHIEVING! .....LOL NOT SEXY OR ROMANTIC AT ALL! THE BOSS!

      about 1 month ago
    • Virgo Blue
      Virgo Blue

      I believe AI will eventually replace human employees. AI robots can work longer hours, don't require breaks or time off of work and of course no medical or wages. But, the cost to repair one robot will be close to half a million.😋🤩 So if you want a great salary in the near future, go with computer programming, computer engineering or Robot software technologies 😁

      about 1 month ago
    • Robert Leece
      Robert Leece

      I see alot about robots taking jobs but not much about U.B I is this even being considered by governments?

      about 1 month ago
    • Tricia T-B
      Tricia T-B

      It's interesting that a lot see UBI as an enslavement, like they are not enslaved now to a 9-5 or whatever job that they don't like and don't want to do for not much money or hope of improving. Part of the reason robots have been developed is to replace this workforce - to avoid wages, health insurance, pension, and strikes. But if this workforce have no jobs, who's buying the things the bots are making ?

      Robots are not paying taxes, where the money will come from, not to provide just UBI but for the whole bureaucratic machinery (operative word!!)? And if consumerism goes down, what will the point of efficient robots making gazillions of 'stuff' when there's few who can afford or even want it.

      Don't misunderstand, I can quite easily amuse myself and if I can make a few dollars doing, I'd rather do that than be tied to somebody else's routine. And I love robots and the whole idea. So I just wish I'd live long enough to see it play out.

      about 1 month ago
    • Douglas Cornish
      Douglas Cornish

      Kitchen ...ten stations all the same dish emulating head human chefs arm and hand movements.

      about 1 month ago
    • Douglas Cornish
      Douglas Cornish

      DARPA....there could be a giant airbag in every room of every boat in case it starts to sink.....Abe Simp

      about 1 month ago
    • Douglas Cornish
      Douglas Cornish

      I want to buy a robot station and put it to work and collect its wages to pay for it.. Doug. Eagle brook ‘66

      about 1 month ago
    • Kazperian
      Kazperian

      sending a thousands dollar robot to deliver a 10 dollar product makes perfect sense to me... no risk of the robot breaking, or getting.... "lost"...

      about 1 month ago
    • John Hardin
      John Hardin In reply to Kazperian

      Ever heard of Robocop?

      about 27 days ago
    • Mister Backster
      Mister Backster

      what we need is more robots. each one AI, truly sentient beings. would they kill us or would we become their pets?

      about 1 month ago
    • Thomas Terrell
      Thomas Terrell

      Andrew Yang 2020

      about 1 month ago
    • Thomas Sailor
      Thomas Sailor

      When UBI hits, that WILL be the biggest transfer of wealth in human history, even bigger that the current record of the transfer of wealth which happened under Obama with the bailouts which wasn't an actual bailout...... it was a mass funding using taxpayers money to fund banks & manufacturers to develop robots to replace human workers. Obama is the biggest TRAITOR in American history.

      about 1 month ago
    • Thomas Sailor
      Thomas Sailor

      UBI coupled with automation will be the 1st time in human history that a person without any handicap is 100% reliant on the system(gov) effectively enslaving that person & that person can be told what to do & if that person refuses then he/she will lose their funds so they will have NO choice but to comply. There will always be a group of people that can't function on their own anyway & will love living off the government because we already have that all over the US but wait til 50% of the population is on UBI. Where do you think that money is coming from? Corporations will be heavily taxed to give it to the people. At some point those corporations will lobby gov enough & the population will start decreasing without us knowing why, or maybe we will but can't do anything about it. I GUARANTEE they will take our guns 100% by saying OH you don't have a job anymore, ok we will give you UBI but you can't own a gun if you want our money so you can provide for your family. What are people that want to keep their guns going to do then? This is going to happen in the next 10yrs people, if not sooner. We will change in the next 10yrs more than we have changed as a society over the last 150yrs, if not more.

      about 1 month ago
    • Tricia T-B
      Tricia T-B In reply to Thomas Sailor

      will there be corporations? And if so what will they be making and who will be their customers.

      about 1 month ago
    • Proteus TG
      Proteus TG

      No excuse for manufacturing to not come back to North America.
      Our robots can compete with Asian robots.
      No such thing as cheaper labor anymore.

      about 2 months ago
    • Daniel Diaz
      Daniel Diaz

      Please, a robot to substitute the corrupt politicians of the world as soon as possible.

      about 2 months ago
    • A P
      A P

      My grand daughter wants to be an Architect. When she gets to be of working age will her dream become nullified?

      about 2 months ago
    • mastermind0981
      mastermind0981 In reply to A P

      My daughter wants to be one too, she's nine.

      about 1 month ago
    • Texbullnettle
      Texbullnettle

      the robots notice "unusual behavior" I cant wait for a 1st amendment audit

      about 2 months ago
    • John Hardin
      John Hardin In reply to Texbullnettle

      So do dogs. You want the neighbor's big stupid dog running your life?

      about 27 days ago
    • DUF Garage
      DUF Garage

      Anyone that wants a universal minimum income is sorry and a lazy worthless waste of air.

      about 2 months ago
    • Peter Darvas
      Peter Darvas

      let's see when a robot can do my paintings

      about 2 months ago
    • Florida Keys Wooden Boat Fishing
      Florida Keys Wooden Boat Fishing In reply to Peter Darvas

      Eventually it almost certainly will, but likely not for a while yet. But what robots are absolutely already doing is manufacturing ALL the supplies you buy for your paintings. There are FAR fewer people working in the factories that make stretched canvas, paints, brushes, etc than there were just a decade ago. Imagine what happens when as little as 20% of jobs are permanently gone and the displaced people have no hope. That would be very bad for ALL of us (even you).

      about 29 days ago
    • Ed
      Ed

      All of this talk of UBI is very disturbing. This will just be another way the government can control us and tell us what to do. They already do it to some extent. It will only get worse.

      about 3 months ago
    • David Franz
      David Franz

      We know ... fast food robot restaurants .

      about 3 months ago
    • End time Bride of Christ Raymond Jacksons sermons
      End time Bride of Christ Raymond Jacksons sermons

      so how will humans have jobs? where will we work at? nvm they want to kill us off, the 2% elites don't want to share the world with 7 billion

      about 3 months ago