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The Future of Work in US – Where the robots are

In a new paper out of the Metropolitan policy program, experts John Austin and Richard Kazis discuss rebuilding the rust belt workforce. They point out that many manufacturing hubs across the midwest have not recovered from the disruption of domestic manufacturing jobs. This shift has taken a hit on “employee-based safety net protections,” leaving workers in the rust belt without economic security. As the map below highlights, the rust belt was hardest hit by industrial automation and manufacturing robots.


Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Charts of the week: Automation disrupts the work force, education in Peru, and labor force participation

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