The latest job creation numbers released by the US Department of Labor show that more than a quarter of new jobs created in the US since January 2017 have been in robotics.
And while these figures may be encouraging for some people in the job market, they are likely to make for a mixed bag for the robots themselves.
According to a report from the Institute for Economic Policy Research, in order to make a robot an employer in the future, it must be: 1) A robot that can perform a job.
The robots are being taught to do that job.2) A “service robot”, such as a housecleaning robot or a car, that can be used to help with housework and household chores.
These robots will only be able to do a small part of the job, so it will be much more difficult to get these jobs.
In order to get them, the robots will need to be trained to perform certain tasks that are now a common part of life, such as driving cars or delivering mail.
However, the robot will still need to learn and adapt to the task of delivering packages.
This process will take time, and will likely involve lots of “training” sessions, which means that it will likely take many years to complete.
If the robot is an “employer”, it will need a robot that has a degree of autonomy, which is often not the case with humans, so this will take a long time.
It will also need to understand what is expected of it, as it is often taught a certain way.
All of this is to say that while these robots will be able and likely to get the jobs they are looking for, it will not be an easy job.
The report notes that the US will need robots to do tasks that currently can only be performed by humans.
They will need training to understand how to do these tasks, they will need specialized training to become competent at them, and they will probably need a lot of “assistance” from human beings, both because they will be “employees” and because they are going to be able “learn to do things” for the robot.
But if you are thinking of starting a robotics career, the report suggests you might want to take a look at the jobs that are out there that you want to pursue, so you can take advantage of some of these skills.
Read more about robots and the jobs at www.theguardian.com/business/2017/sep/30/job-robot-job-sources-us-dol article