Automation risk by 2030s for English Constituencies

by Harry Kind | 07.06.18 | in: RedShift, Research
 Jobs at high risk of automation by 2030 across English parliamentary constituencies
Average no. jobs at riskProportion of jobs at riskTotal jobs at high risk
Conservative Constituencies14,01430.7%4,077,960
Labour Constituencies15,14230.3%3,452,451
All English Constituencies14,43530.5%7,766,225
The Impact of AI in UK Constituencies, October 2017, Future Advocacy

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