Robots could take two thirds of the jobs in the developing world 

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The World Bank estimates that an average of two-thirds of the developing world’s jobs are susceptible to automation. Those effects, seen here as adjusted estimates, are moderated by lower wages and slow technological adoption. Unadjusted, the figures for each country are much higher. Africa still nascent manufacturing and services sectors could be particularly susceptible.

Last updated: 2 years ago

Data: World Bank Digital Dividends Report

Last updated: 2 years ago  |  Data: World Bank Digital Dividends Report

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