This article was first published by The Times of Israel and is re-posted with permission.
Some 15 percent of Israeli jobs are at high risk because of a move toward automation, similar to other developed countries, according to a report by the Taub Center For Social Policies in Israel.
A mapping of the Israeli labor market shows 54% of existing jobs are at moderate risk due to automation, and 31% at low risk.
“Present trends and anticipated changes place less-educated and lower-wage population groups, as well as employed persons in the Arab Israeli sector, women, and employed persons in Israel’s southern district, at risk of job loss,” the State of the Nation Report 2019, released last week, said.
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