Report Says AI Will Take More Jobs from Women than Men by 2030
Nearly one-third of hours worked in the U.S. could be automated by 2030
More women than men stand to lose their jobs by the end of the decade because of the rise of artificial intelligence and automation, according to a new report by the McKinsey Global Institute.
The report, published Wednesday, finds that nearly a third of hours worked in the United States could be automated by 2030.
Industries that are expected to shrink the most because of automation are food services, customer service and sales, and office support. Women are overrepresented in these sectors — and hold more low-paying jobs than men — so they stand to be more affected, the report finds.
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