As Robots Steal Millennials’ Jobs, Young Workers Focus On Skills, Not Careers

R2-D2, Baymax and WALL-E may have you thinking all robots are cute and harmless, but you probably won’t feel that way when they put you out of work. The more technology develops, the more human labor is rendered unnecessary — and millennials could be the first generation to duel the droids for jobs. Ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this week, an Infosys study found that 40 percent of young people globally said they thought a computer program, robot or artificial intelligence system could do their job within a decade. But millennial career experts in the United States said the generation of 18- to 35-year-olds doesn’t appear to be panicking yet about their would-be robot overlords. Coming off the Great Recession into a world where they’ll likely have a dozen jobs before retirement, millennials are…


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