How Will Automation Affect Different U.S. Cities and Professions? by Frank Elavsky
New research shows how automation will affect American cities and professions. The researchers calculated the average likelihood that a job will be automated in the coming decades, and then analyzed the impact of this on metropolitan areas. This knowledge could help workers and industries better prepare for the change, and help city leaders ensure their local economies will rebound. We created two interactive graphics to see how automation will affect your community and profession.
CreditsHyejin Youn, Assistant Professor of Management & Organizations, Kellogg School of Management; Jessica Love, Editor-in-chief, Kellogg Insight; Emily Stone, Senior Research Editor; Fred Schmalz, Business Editor