World Economic Forum Report: 85 million jobs will be done by machines within 5 years

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 World Economic Forum Report: 85 million jobs will be done by machines within 5 years


The novel coronavirus pneumonia grow with each passing day, and the demand for cloud computing and e-commerce services is increasing. The companys living space is unable to provide services to its customers online. More than two fifths of the companies surveyed said they planned to reduce manpower through technology integration, with administrative assistants and clerks being the most affected.

The new report also points out that the development of automation may also create 97 million new jobs in nursing, big data, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, green economy and other fields, and the number of jobs that need human skills such as consultation, decision-making, reasoning, communication, interaction and content production will increase. Moreover, in the future, more and more talents from different backgrounds will work together to demonstrate the continued importance of human interaction in the new economy.

According to the report, some workers whose jobs are easy to be replaced by machines may enter new occupational fields. 94% of the surveyed enterprises hope that their employees will master new job skills, a significant increase compared with 65% in 2018. The analysis conducted for WEF by the LinkedIn data science team shows that in the past five years, many professionals entering the new economy have come from completely different occupations. For example, half of the people who switch to data science and artificial intelligence come from unrelated industries. Critical thinking, analysis and problem solving remain top skills that global companies believe will become increasingly important in the next five years, according to the report. In addition, resilience, adaptability and flexibility are also important. The report suggests that the company should strengthen the retraining of existing employees. The report predicts that in an increasingly automated world, half of workers will need to learn new skills to do their jobs effectively. Source: surging news editor: Chen Hequn_ NB12679

According to the report, some workers whose jobs are easy to be replaced by machines may enter new occupational fields. 94% of the surveyed enterprises hope that their employees will master new job skills, a significant increase compared with 65% in 2018.

The analysis conducted for WEF by the LinkedIn data science team shows that in the past five years, many professionals entering the new economy have come from completely different occupations. For example, half of the people who switch to data science and artificial intelligence come from unrelated industries.

Critical thinking, analysis and problem solving remain top skills that global companies believe will become increasingly important in the next five years, according to the report. In addition, resilience, adaptability and flexibility are also important.

The report suggests that the company should strengthen the retraining of existing employees. The report predicts that in an increasingly automated world, half of workers will need to learn new skills to do their jobs effectively.