Automation will impact jobs by replacing an estimated 45% of them by 2035, according to some experts' projections. Researchers predict that the first occupational fields to be made obsolete by automation will be the ones in which computers and other automated machines have already been used, such as construction, transportation, administrative support and production labor. As technology for artificial intelligence becomes more advanced, researchers believe that jobs in engineering, science, management and the arts will be phased out. It is projected that the jobs made obsolete by automation will be replaced with jobs that previously did not exist.
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