Computers and the Job Market

job market that is in place today.

Replacing the Human Element in the Workplace

Manufacturing employment in Cleveland, OH MSA.

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Some of the jobs that have been replaced by computers includes:

  1. Bank Tellers
  2. Car manufacturers
  3. Pilots
  4. Operators
  5. Receptionists
  6. Power plant employees

This is just a short list of professions that have taken a hard hit as a result of the technological advances made in our current society. The adjustments made in skilled crafts and trades and begun to incorporate the initial skills with the technology addition. However, much of the progress is geared at efficiency and quickness, resulting in little to no human workmanship being included.

Ways to Rise Above

For people that are adamant about being part of a workforce that has technological saturation, consider gaining more understanding, education, and certification in the are of computer technology, engineering, or computer programming. These areas  are the key industries that develop new ideas that will later lead to less human contact, but will provide work for those that develop it. Investigate the options that are present regarding this topic, nad see if it is a good fit for you.


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