automation and robotics Will robots eat your job? Regional Australia Institute's predictions for Tasmania's northern half

by:Hengju     2019-06-22
This is based on a paper.xa0Australian Regional Institutexa0This also details the types of work that are the most risky and least risky in each city.Automation if robotsxa0As a result, the school's teaching work will continue to rise and is expected to be one of the safest jobs in Northern tazhouWest and North.Nurses, midwives andxa0With the rise of robots as well as retail managers, it also appears that construction, distribution and production managers are relatively safe.
For workers who are more likely to be replaced by automation and digital technology, the outlook is less optimistic.These include sales assistants and sales staff, food processing staff, and obviously hospitality staff.Employment Vulnerability data released by Australian newspapersxa0Break down its predictions to the municipal level.
Jack Archer, chief executive of the Australian Regional Institute, said automation would replace or significantly change many jobs, but in the process, it would create many new jobs, and now is the time to start."Some regions are more susceptible to automation than others, and each region also has a unique set of strengths and weaknesses to deal with the changing nature of work," Mr Archer said ."."The proportion of highly vulnerable jobs in Central (rural) areas is the lowest, but due to the lack of the necessary infrastructure and expertise, the ability to adapt to new technologies is often low.
"On the other hand, regional cities account for the largest proportion of jobs that are highly susceptible to automation."However, regional cities have an advantage in managing change because they are in a better position in terms of technical infrastructure and the availability of professionals.He said the study shows that they can be transformed more easily as regional cities change morexa0xa0Innovation, startup skills and technical preparation, as well as competent education departments.
"While employment opportunities in rural areas are less fragile, these areas may be more difficult to respond to unless local education services and participation change," he said ."."This information emphasizes that as the labor structure changes in the Australian region, communities need to consider how to develop local skills and new businesses that adapt to future work needs."The government's centralized policy response is unlikely to address the unique challenges that each community will face.
The report found 22.
Employment in rural Australia.
Regional cities are 1%, 26.
The proportion of metropolitan areas, industrial and service centers is very low
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