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Over 20 million Russians risk losing their jobs due to robots
More than 20 million Russians risk losing their jobs. This is due to the trend towards the transition to labor automation.
According to the RANEPA study, by 2030, the skills of 45,5% of employees will become irrelevant. They will either have to leave the labor market or retrain. The statistics take into account only officially employed Russians, write "News".
According to scientists, robots can replace 73% of employees in the hotel and restaurant business, 60% in manufacturing, 58% in agriculture and forestry. 53% of retailers and 51% of workers in the mining sector also have the threat of job loss.
A possible solution to the problem may be the introduction of taxes on robots, but it will also slow down the development of technology. The Ministry of Economic Development believes that this will also reduce Russia's competitiveness in the world market.