Women are more likely than men to be knocked out of their jobs in the U.S. by automation over the next eight years, and they’ll find half as many opportunities to land new positions unless there’s a new effort to retrain them. Those conclusions, from a study released last week at the World Economic Forum [conducted by Burning Glass Technologies and Boston Consulting Group], show about 57% of the 1.4 million U.S. jobs to be disrupted by technology between now and 2026 are held by women. Read more >>

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