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R. Maria del-Rio Chanona on Modeling Labor Markets & Tech Unemployment

COMPLEXITY: Physics of Life

The Impact of Job Automation Is A Product of Automatibility and Skill Transferability

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Job automatibility is not a direct indicator of job security as people are not just their occupations, but also their skills. While some occupations are likely to be automated, individuals in those roles often possess transferable skills that allow them to transition to other growing occupations. Conversely, occupations that are not likely to be automated may still face challenges due to oversupply and may not offer the same opportunities for skill transfer. The impact of job automation is complex and cannot be determined solely based on the likelihood of automatibility. The network analysis reveals that the situation is not as straightforward as assuming automatable occupations will suffer and non-automatable occupations will grow; rather, it lies somewhere in between and requires a comprehensive understanding of the network to fully grasp.

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