The future of employment is an academic article investigating how potential development of automated processes may impact approximately 700 occupations. The research and analyses were conducted primarily by Carl Benedict Frey and Michael A. Osborne of the University of Oxford.
The future of employment assigns a probability of automation to
occupations defined by SOC codes (our career specialties).
The likelihood is predicated on the ability of
computer-controlled equipment to perform the tasks expected of a given occupation.
The least-likely-to-be-automated jobs tend to require a high level of intelligence and to involve the direct development of new information and relationships between existing information.
"The future of employment: How susceptible are jobs to computerisation," along with the probabilities of automation, is available to download from several places; we retrieved it from Science Direct on March 7, 2018.