Another Study Says Millions of Jobs at Risk From AI

Another Study Says Millions of Jobs at Risk From AI

A new study is describing how millions of jobs are going to be replaced by artificial intelligence. It is estimated that over 25 percent of jobs are at risk of being replaced.


The artificial intelligence (AI) “revolution” could jeopardize more than a quarter of jobs in the 38-member Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the group warned in a report this week.

Jobs that could be replaced by AI make up 27% of the labor force in OECD countries, with Eastern European states most exposed to automation, the Paris-based organization said in its 2023 Employment Outlook.

The OECD is a 38-member bloc mainly made up of wealthy nations but also including emerging economies such as Mexico and Estonia.

Even though there are currently few signs that AI could cause significant disruption to the labor market, numerous jobs are already at risk because the “revolution” is in its early stages, according to the OECD.

The great thing about this is that AI is going to replace a ton of jobs that women typically flock to. Human Resources in particular is going to be hit hard with the AI revolution which can only be seen as a good thing. Corporate HR Departments are quite possibly one of the worst things to ever exist in modern society.

Various project management positions, financial jobs and others will also be at risk. It represents a threat to the so-called “laptop class” of workers.

But yeah, AI could definitely become a major problem for all the useless feminist cunts who hold all of these fake and pointless jobs. Anything that threatens feminism is something that should be fully supported and AI is definitely a threat to their fake jobs.

Ironically, the blue collar workers who many of these cunts look down upon will be largely unimpacted by AI. Electricians, plumbers, carpenters, HVAC guys and the men who actually make things happen have nothing to worry about.

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