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Technology is dramatically changing many aspects of our lives — including how we work. Many organizations and industries are looking to automate tasks or entire positions, which can make technology seem threatening for workers. A new report from WorkMarket looks at different attitudes toward automation and examines how this trend could change the business world. 

For one thing, there’s a notable difference between employers and employees when it comes to views on automation. More than half of business leaders (52%) are interested in automating some part of their workforce, while one-third of employees described themselves as indifferent. 

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