Data suggests Hoosier workers are not worried about losing jobs to robots

Despite the rapid rise of technology, a new survey shows most Hoosiers are NOT worried about robots taking their jobs.

Paul McDonald from the staffing firm Robert Half International says 39% of those surveyed in the firm’s Jobs and Anxiety report think AI can actually help them at work.

McDonald adds that 47% of employers surveyed anticipate hiring more staff as they implement new tech. The report found nationally, only 12% of American workers are concerned automation will negatively impact their employment.

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