Black and Hispanic Workers Face Unemployment in the ‘Age of Automation’

Aug 20, 2019 - 9:00
Black and Hispanic Workers Face Unemployment in the 'Age of Automation'

Technological advancements have accelerated human progress for centuries by making day-to-day life safer and more convenient. Improvements in technology are nearly exclusively considered to be positive, and the leaps and bounds in medical science are celebrated and showcased around the world. However, as technological advances are made, the workforce must adapt just as quickly. Previous technological upheavals have induced ripple effects that proved disastrous for certain sectors of the labor force.  In early 2019, Forbes Magazine asserted that we...

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