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At this rate, will technological advancements create enough jobs to make up for those they're going to eliminate?

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As you mull it over, consider this jaw-dropping report from China:

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, a Chinese e-commerce behemoth, claimed it could receive, pack, ship, and deliver 
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 a day across China. But get this, it employs just four workers at the fulfillment center. And those employees' jobs? To service the robots that fulfill the orders...

Final food for thought: In January, the World Economic Forum and Boston Consulting Group said that by 2026, over 

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 Americans could lose their jobs to automation.

+ There's always another side to the story: "

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