Robots Have Displaced Millions Of Manufacturing Workers, Who Is Next?

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The impact of automation on U.S. jobs is open to debate. Robots have displaced millions of manufacturing workers, and automation is getting cheaper and more common, raising concerns it will eventually supplant far more workers in the services sector of the economy, which includes everything from truck driving to banking. University of Virginia Darden School of…

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