Technological Unemployment

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Technological Unemployment

Job loss due to automation, augmentation, or other efficiency gains made by new tools. First noted during industrialization, technological unemployment remains both a fear and a reality for workers. While new jobs are often created by tech, workers cannot always transition to them quickly, and it is not certain that digitally-displaced jobs will be replaced with new opportunities.

"I am experiencing technological unemployment—my editing job was replaced by text synthesis tools like ChatGPT and robotic process automation."


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