Article: Automation of activities, not jobs


Automation of activities, not jobs

Technical feasibility of automation depending on the nature of jobs across sectors
Automation of activities, not jobs

A McKinsey Global Institute’s research on automation revealed how automation will impact jobs. The preliminary findings released on McKinsey Global’s website in the article, “Four fundamentals of workplace automation” reveal that very few occupations will be automated and eventually eliminated in their entirety. Only certain activities will get automated.

The below infographic reveals which activities will get automated for which occuopations. Find out the average time spent on activities by people that can be automated by professionals across sectors.

Automation and Jobs

Topics: AutomationAndJobs, Infographics, HR Technology, Technology

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