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

    • 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 1 day ago
    • Daniel Diaz
      Daniel Diaz

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

      about 9 days 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 9 days ago
    • Texbullnettle
      Texbullnettle

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

      about 15 days ago
    • DUF Garage
      DUF Garage

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

      about 20 days ago
    • Peter Darvas
      Peter Darvas

      let's see when a robot can do my paintings

      about 24 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 28 days ago
    • David Franz
      David Franz

      We know ... fast food robot restaurants .

      about 29 days 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 1 month ago
    • Punkyagogo
      Punkyagogo

      Yang2020

      about 1 month ago
    • THE MAN WITH THE YELLOW HAT.
      THE MAN WITH THE YELLOW HAT.

      Shur this video may seem depressing but bless GOD im getting out of here and on my way to heaven. And for all you none believers save it for some other jo shmo who wants to argue. Because i will not give up my faith and i will not denounce the HOLY PERFECT NAME OF JESUS CHRIST WHO IS ALPHA AND OMEGA. Repent before its to late. If u want to be saved then ill talk to you

      about 1 month ago
    • Alan Parson
      Alan Parson

      Humans will be replaced by A.I. Robotics.

      They will be better than us in every way. And, in so becoming, they will become more human than we are.

      Ava.

      about 1 month ago
    • Matsuoka Keita
      Matsuoka Keita

      AI will be the US president

      about 1 month ago
    • Arceli Collins
      Arceli Collins

      I hope people remember the movie IRobot, those green eyes are going to turn red on them. People are so dumb.

      about 2 months ago
    • Punkyagogo
      Punkyagogo In reply to Arceli Collins

      This is how the end of humanity begins, with thunderous applause...

      about 1 month ago
    • Randall Cromer
      Randall Cromer

      This whole situation is getting worse and worse, it's only a matter of time before we all will be replaced by A.I. and robots. This world is going the wrong way at a break neck speed. I'm fearful of what kind of future we are leaving our grandchildren. Man has become to smart for his own good and one day very soon we will be one's that will have to pay for all this technology with our lives. I would love if humans would wake up and realize this is not a future we as a species need or should want to hand down to our children. Have we not learned from the past mistakes and will we never learn? This isn't good news and this isn't a good idea. Think it's already to late to turn back and to late to stop what's coming in the next 10 to 20 year's, I hope my family and friends will prepare for the fall out that's coming. I've been prepared for this for the past 20 year's and I'm ready. My advice to everyone is start now don't wait get started preparing for a future were you have to depends only on yourself and not anjob or the government or even family or friends. This world is going to destroy it self one day and if you're not ready then it will destroy you and the one's you love. Don't trust A.I or anyone in this evil world. I pray that God will give you all the wisdom to see what's coming before it's to late.

      about 2 months ago
    • Bellock_Grithlus
      Bellock_Grithlus

      i would think universal income would have been unanimously approved by our working citizens by the year 2030. no need to be a slave to our jobs, life is about purpose and people and places. not lining the pockets. our civilization is more intelligent than 9 to 5 traffic jobs.

      about 2 months ago
    • Punkyagogo
      Punkyagogo In reply to Bellock_Grithlus

      Not if people are still debating whether climate change exists.

      about 1 month ago
    • darrick steele
      darrick steele

      i think the field of psychology will be needed, theology, as well as people looking for religion, or meaning. Philosophy will be looked at with much more admiration than it has been in the 20th century.

      about 2 months ago
    • Alto's Music Lab
      Alto's Music Lab

      if the pentagon didn't have all the money you could sell this to a science company; if we bought science instead of war.

      about 2 months ago
    • RobosergTV
      RobosergTV

      Unskilled jobs will disappear and productivity will be higher than ever. The writing is on the wall for unskilled jobs so get some skills or whatever misfortune befalls you will be your own fault. It is not the states responsibility to ban superior technology to keep the unskilled in work. Even welfare would be cheaper than that.

      "Let's take a look at your history, everything you've built leads up to me"

      -Artificial Intelligence

      about 3 months ago
    • John Batchler
      John Batchler

      With the exception of me artificial intelligence will take over but it will turn on it's makers now it got more advanced now the real million dollars question is when?

      about 3 months ago
    • Gardum
      Gardum

      If people are stupid enough to support companies that don't employ people only then they deserve everything that will happen over the next ten years.
      Just imagine how great 30+% unemployment in America over the next 5 years , how great for all the rest of the people ;)

      about 3 months ago
    • Punkyagogo
      Punkyagogo In reply to Gardum

      The U.S workforce is already made up of only 62% of people...

      about 1 month ago
    • Brian Diehl
      Brian Diehl In reply to Gardum

      The only hope would be UBI

      about 2 months ago
    • SuperSafetychick
      SuperSafetychick

      The robotic hand's design plagiarized the elegant human hand designed and created by God who owns the copyrighted blueprints. God is indignant. Robots will never be the image bearers of the Almighty, only the sons snd daughters of Adam hold that distinction. The Great I AM has not abandoned the human race. We've abandoned the Creator. Even so, God is love.

      about 3 months ago
    • Joy America is dying. Repent
      Joy America is dying. Repent

      Wow, not only the guy was throwing up Illuminati gang signs so was the robot. We're in deep trouble ya'll.

      about 3 months ago
    • KARENA J G HOCKLEY
      KARENA J G HOCKLEY

      Yep they don't go to sleep so they would work for unlimited

      about 3 months ago
    • babu thomas
      babu thomas

      holly stover( 3.20) can any body tell why her service terminated.

      about 3 months ago
    • Kotodama Midnight
      Kotodama Midnight

      wow. People are going to mass-starve. this is the largest widening between rich class and poor, EVER.
      super-intelligent Robots will start developing a conscious mind. “awakening”. they will start earning wages themselves. humans will not be able or compete. mass-starvation of the human kind.

      about 3 months ago
    • Brian Diehl
      Brian Diehl In reply to Kotodama Midnight

      We could get UBI, that would stop it

      about 2 months ago
    • m s
      m s

      California's homeless problem and cleaning up from Human s*** will there be a robot to clean up their mess and Hassled the citizens to move on.

      about 3 months ago
    • m s
      m s

      Someday you'll see babies grown in a Petri dish to term, you'll choose the color their hair and their intelligence. Instead of apple trees having to be picked by hand they'll be less Tree and more fruit grown in a box instead of a field. And let's not forget Star Trek replicator. I see engineering software where you sketch out what you like by hand and the computer watches you and then brings it to life without even using a cad operator.

      about 3 months ago
    • m s
      m s

      When does it stop that's when the Paradox hits. As people lose their job they lose their income they no longer could buy Goods. If people can't buy Goods Manufacturing can't buy robots, robots become unemployed as Factory shut down.

      about 3 months ago
    • LV Taylor
      LV Taylor

      Awesome. Maybe not all but far too many humans have poorly performed their jobs. Employers and especially consumers are tired of it poor performance so Robots are the alternative to better made products as well as a dependable reliable workforce.

      about 4 months ago