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Through 2030, time spent using advanced technological skills will increase by 50 percent in the United States. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The more technology increases and changes, the greater the skills of workers need to shift to adapt to the changes. A new report from McKinsey Global Institute, “Skill Shift, Automation and the Future of the Workforce,” shows that not only will workers need to adapt to new skills as the demand for physical and manual work declines, but so too will employers need to rethink and adjust how work will be structured within their organizations.

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