How automation is shaping the future of work

The future of work is still in flux. Economic uncertainty is wearing on, hybrid and flexible work models are as popular as ever, and attitudes toward work are shifting. Plus, new generative AI tools are poised to introduce more automation and could prompt an additional 12 million occupational shifts in the US workforce by 2030, according to McKinsey Global Institute directors and senior partners Kweilin Ellingrud and Olivia White, MGI partners Michael Chui and Anu Madgavkar, partner Saurabh Sanghvi, and colleagues. To make sense of these trends and see how organizations and employees can adapt to them, read the full report on generative AI and the future of work in America, and dive deeper with more insights below.

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