This report by McKinsey highlights that the day-to-day nature of work could change for nearly everyone as intelligent machines become fixtures in the American workplace.
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This report by the Northeastern University and Gallup highlights that U.S., U.K. and Canadian citizens call for a unified skills strategy for the AI age, based on their second annual survey on artificial intelligence.
This report from the Washington Center for Equitable Growth looks at the rising number of employees working long hours - sometimes earning high salaries or overtime pay, but too often not - and the implications for individuals, families, businesses and the US economy.
Is the robot takeover already here? Janna Anderson, professor of communications at Elon University, discusses the future of work.
Organisations must start adapting to a faster-paced environment. This report from the ManPowerGroup details a new world of work and how employers can succeed in a reconfigured labour market.
Digital capabilities, adoption, and usage are evolving at a supercharged pace. This report from McKinsey represents the first major attempt to measure the ongoing digitization of the US economy at a sector level.
This report from Seth D. Harris and Alan B. Krueger of the Hamilton Project explores new and emerging work relationships arising in the "online gig economy" in the US that do not fit the existing legal definitions of "employee" and "independent contractor" status.
Freelancing is becoming more prevalent and a more viable option for workers. This independent study by Freelancers Union and Upwork represents the most comprehensive survey of the freelance workforce in America.
This report from Ben Miller and Robert D. Atkinson analyses the “robots are killing our jobs” arguments, shows how they are constructed on faulty analysis, examines the extensive economic literature on the relationship between employment and productivity, and explains the logic of how higher productivity leads to more jobs.