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By the year 2025, it’s estimated that the confluence of Artificial intelligence, Automation,  E-commerce, and Outsourcing may result in The elimination of 47% of the jobs that exist in the U.S. today. Not simply low-wage, low skilled jobs, But, also white-collar positions in the financial, legal and healthcare professions.

Age of the Obsolete John Rovito

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By the year 2025, it’s estimated that the confluence of Artificial intelligence, Automation,  E-commerce, and Outsourcing may result in The elimination of 47% of the jobs that exist in the U.S. today. Not simply low-wage, low skilled jobs, But, also white-collar positions in the financial, legal and healthcare professions.

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24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Sylvia Haynes ,

Inspiring

John Rovito continues to inspire my imagination with each episode.

MHold.123. ,

"Age of the Obsolete" Will Not Become Obsolete

...because humans need something to measure the way "obsolete" is always happening. There is brilliant material here, for the concept of "readiness" demands attention to "surprise." This internet source appears to be backed by wisdom...always an important, but often a rare, 'commodity.'

Barbara Harrington ,

Loving this Podcast Series!

I am truly enjoying this podcast series from John Rovito. I love how he succintly captures different concepts and disrupts my patterns of thinking. In these days, with things changing so quickly, it is quintessential to stay in front of the new possibilities in order to push forward to new discoveries, inventions, and achievements. The alternative is to fall prey to old ideas and ways...and staying within "comfort zone" thereby quickly becoming obsolete. A Very Scary Thought. I, for one, do not want to become Obsolete! Thank you, John for this fabulous information! Can't wait to hear more!

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