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2022 Employment Study Reveals Automation Risks

In 2022, only a minority of employed persons never used a computer, tablet or smartphone for work. While 13.0% of employed people never performed intellectual tasks, 31.4% never carried out manual tasks in their jobs. A very small proportion of employed persons consider their tasks to be highly routine or feel they have little autonomy, which are both risk factors for becoming automated. These are some of the findings of the publication "Tasks, digital devices and risk of automation in employment in 2022", published by the Federal Statistical Office (FSO).

2024-02-08 08:45:17
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Quelle: Swiss Federal Council

According to a publication by the Federal Statistical Office (FSO), in 2022, a minority of employed people never used a computer, tablet, or smartphone for work. Only 13.0% of employed individuals did not perform intellectual tasks, while 31.4% did not carry out manual tasks in their jobs.

The study also found that a very small proportion of employed persons considered their tasks to be highly routine or felt they had little autonomy. These two factors are considered risk factors for becoming automated.

The publication, titled "Tasks, digital devices, and risk of automation in employment in 2022," provides these findings..

(Quelle:Swiss Federal Council modified with ChatGPT)

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2022 Employment Study Reveals Automation Risks