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Pandemic Putting Robots to Work

Pandemic Escalating Use of Robots Source:  CDC.Gov. Robots Don't Get Sick The coronavirus pandemic is accelerating the global use of robots.  The virus is so highly contagious that it is changing consumer preferences for human interaction, for instance with a retail clerk.  Dealing with a robot worker, that doesn't  cough or sneeze, is a lot safer.  Experts say the pandemic is rapidly expanding work opportunities for robots. McKinsey Forecast A forecast by the global consultants McKinsey predicts that 1/3 of US workers will be replaced by robots by 2030.  The  pandemic is now accelerating that trend. Global Trends Many companies are now expanding their use of robots to foster social distancing and to cut the number of staff who have to physically come to work. For instance, Walmart is using robots to clean and sanitize their floors. In Wuhan, China a smart field hospital for COVID-19

Hot Jobs in Next Decade

Your Hot Job in the Future Robotic & AI Workplace It's clear that automation is disrupting the global workplace and workforce.  There are forecasts that by 2030, 1/3rd of US workers could be jobless and replaced by robots.  So, what are the most in-demand job skills that will keep you working through 2028 and well beyond.  We'll give you expert insights. Follow Mega-Tech Trends for Mega Job Growth Tech that is hot, emerging and sorely needed to solve pressing global needs is where to focus.  Here are some sectors that expert forecasters believe provide huge career opportunities: Climate Change Reversal Specialists :  engineers, technologists, oceanographers, physicists, chemists, environmentalists, mathematicians,  E-scientists, researchers to solve climate change while meeting global energy needs. Space Tourism Specialists :  Space-pilots, tour guides, space architects, aerospace & aeronautical engineers for the emerging orbital business of Space Tourism Nan