There's so much robots can't do - like take our jobs
The Australian, by Adam Creighton, 13 November 2018
Jobs growth in Australia last year was the fastest since the early 2000s. About 330,000 workers lost their jobs involuntarily through redundancies or business closures, according to research by Alphabeta, an economic consultancy.
That was about 2.4 percent of the workforce, yet it was half the rate recorded two decades ago. “And the rate has remained relatively steady in the last five years, despite growing levels of automation in workplaces across the country,” Alphabeta chief executive Andrew Charlton says.
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