Share of occupations based on their automation potential U.S. 2017

Distribution of occupations based on their automation potential* in the United States, as of 2017

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Sources

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McKinsey
Release date

July 2017

Region

United States

Survey time period

2016-2017

Number of respondents

820 occupation roles

Supplementary notes

* Examples of occupation titles are sewing machine operators, stock clerks, chemical technicians, fashion designers and legislators (in descending order in terms of their automation potential).
Automation potential is defined by the source as the work activities that can be automated by adapting currently demonstrated technology.

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