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Contents

  • ABSTRACT

  • I INTRODUCTION

  • II LITERATURE REVIEW

    • Table 1 Recent Public Opinion Surveys

  • III DATA AND STYLIZED FACTS

  • IV AUTOMATION AND THE FUTURE OF WORK

    • A Regional heterogeneity

    • B Labor Market Characteristics

  • V AUTOMATION, RESKILLING AND GOVERNMENT POLICIES

    • A Reskilling

    • B Government policies

  • VI CONCLUSIONS

  • ANNEX

  • FIGURES

  • 1 Forces Shaping the Future of Work

  • 2 The Effect of Automation on the Future by Country

  • 3 The Effect of Automation on the Future by Personal Characteristics

  • 4 Who is Responsible for Preparing you for the Future of Work forces?

  • 5 Which of The Following Things Could You Imagine Doing?

  • 6 Which Obstacles Prevent You From Taking These Actions?

  • TABLES

  • 1 Automation and the Future of Work: Baseline

  • 2 Automation and the Future of Work: Regional Heterogeneity

  • 3 Automation and the Future of Work: Labor Market Characteristics

  • 4 Reskilling and the Future of Work

  • 5 Government Policies and the Future of Work

Automation, Skills and the Future of Work: What do Workers Think?
Author: Mr. Carlos Mulas-Granados, Richard Varghese, Vizhdan Boranova, Alice deChalendar, and Judith Wallenstein