Automation could throw millions of women out of work

In The News

By Kate Gibson

The McKinsey study said females would be wise to learn new skills and get more comfortable with technology to ease their way into the jobs of the future. McKinsey’s findings echo that of another study, by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, which concluded that while females represent about 47% of the U.S. workforce, they account for 58% of those working in industries at the highest risk for automation.

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