#GAReads | How to Stop Automation From Leaving Women Behind

photo credit:  Alex Knight , via  Unsplash

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How to Stop Automation From Leaving Women Behind”:

Millions of workers are likely to be displaced by automation technologies and artificial intelligence over the next decade. The ones who equip themselves with the skills the changing labor market demands will find their niche in the new economy—and overcome the challenges that predate automation’s threat.

That’s especially true for women, according to a new report released this week by the McKinsey Global Institute. An estimated 40 million to 160 million women will need to transition occupations or learn new skills to stay in the workforce by 2030.

Read Liz Hilton Segel and Lareina Yee’s full article at Forbes here…