The pandemic has introduced a wave of automation leaving low skilled to mid-skilled industrial workers with few options

The need for social distancing led everyone from dairy farmers to restaurants and grocery stores to seek technological help. That will improve productivity, but will cost some lower-skilled jobs. When Kroger customers in Cincinnati shop online these days, their groceries may be picked out not by a worker in their local supermarket but by a robot in a nearby warehouse.Gamers at Dave & Buster’s in Dallas who want pretzel dogs can order and pay from their phones — no need to flag down a waiter. And…
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