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Technology Kills Middle Class Jobs



Algorithms and Machines

Associated Press

Posted: Jan 24, 2013


Five years since the great recession engulfed the world, the impact is clear. Millions of middle-class jobs have vanished. Experts now fear those jobs are lost for good - killed by sophisticated technology and smarter software. (Jan. 23) - AP

 


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