Who has more to fear from robot workers - men or women?

Who has more to fear from robot workers - men or women?

As automation continues to creep into the workplace, men are more at risk of losing their jobs to robots than women, according to a report from Moneyish.

The report says that jobs in the future will require the skills often taught at tertiary and higher education institutions. Since women have outnumbered men by increasingly large margins at university for decades, they are likely to be safer from automation for longer than their male peers.

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