An emerging set of digital tools are entering the workforce today—replacing jobs, but also creating them.
Automation, for one, is expected to create at least 21 million new roles (though it may eliminate some 19 million). But despite the gloomy headlines about lost jobs at the hands of emerging technologies, most jobs won’t be replaced by robot workers (at least not entirely): Studies suggest only 5 percent of occupations have the potential to be fully automated. So rather than lose their jobs, employees will have to learn new skills in order to adapt to the changes brought on by emerging technologies.
This workforce shift poses a