Young job-seekers prepare for job changes

Young job-seekers prepare for job changes

With robotics and artificial intelligence causing job cuts and large-scale automation in most industries, tech-savvy young people are already preparing for rapid changes in their working lives.

However, new Flinders University research in the Journal of Youth Studies warns of a ‘strong social cleavage’ with some young Australians with socio-demographic disadvantages – including informal computer skills and limited ITS access at home – may be destined to work in ‘dead-end’ industries forecast to be most affected by automation. Associate Professor Andreas Cebulla, researches the Future of Work at the Australian Industrial Transformation Institute based at Flinders University’s Tonsley Innovation District […]

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