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Automation in Manufacturing Will Create More, Better Paying Jobs

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UdyRegan
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UdyRegan   7/30/2018 11:21:37 PM
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Automation might create better paying jobs for people, but not before a whole bunch of others are fired first. It will take a while for all of these people who are laid off by the machines that have taken over their jobs to upgrade their skills so that they can be relevant to the businesses again. Yes there will be a need for a higher level of skill and that's where the better pay will come from, but it most certainly won't be instant!

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erinrubio   6/4/2018 9:22:22 AM
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