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Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.Automation is coming hot and heavy. This is a point that, outside the most ardent deniers, is basically accepted. Since COVID-19 hit, we saw this only accelerated.

In our retail stores, automated machines are cleaning the floors. The number of self-checkout lines have increased. Warehouses are seeing a lot of projects meant to automate them. And RPA is entering offices all over the world.

Many believe this is going to put a great deal of stress on the job market. As more jobs are automated, less people will be required to fulfill our basic needs. That is the theory anyway.

This is not a new concept. Many felt this way over the decades, only to have that vision unrealized. Technology fulfilled a lot of promises yet it did not reduce the number of hours the average person is working, especially in the United States.

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