According to recent automation studies, certain types of jobs will not be overtaken by robots during the next decade. Such are for example jobs that involve managing and developing people, or that apply expertise to decision making, planning or creative work.
Jobs most likely to be impacted by automation are those based on predictable physical work, for instance assembly line welding and soldering, or packaging objects, and partially into logistics too. On the other hand, construction and forestry industries more often than not relate to unpredictable physical work.
In another directing poll, global trade volumes are estimated to rise at about 10% pace year-over-year in May, although crude oil and weakness in commodity prices is likely to amplify the headwinds of negative business sentiment and therefore “looming slowdown” in global trade growth.