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  • In 2016, two academics from Oxford University came to the conclusion that up to 86% of jobs in restaurants, 75% of jobs in retail and 59% of jobs in entertainment could be automatized by 2035. / wp-content
  • Personalised media experiences, which are tailored to users' preferences and their device, have the potential to create 100,000 jobs and drive annual growth of £2 billion to the UK by 2030. / GOV.UK
  • The media in countries that have received a significant influx of investment from mainland China has often complained about invasions of Chinese workers, who are allegedly snatching away job opportunities from local workers. / MCLC Resource Center
  • Due to increasing job opportunities in Asia-Pacific countries, China and India will show a tremendous development in the global Cell Culture Media market. / Journalism Day
  • The rise of social media, cloud, mobility and big data is making insider threats harder to identify while providing more ways to pass protected information. / Security Intelligence
  • Employment growth for Computer and Mathematical roles is expected to be least pronounced in the Information and Communication Technology sector itself. / World Economic Forum
  • South Africa's job seekers are most likely to find opportunities in the country's electricity, gas and water supply and wholesale and retail trade sectors. / Engineering News
  • Job seekers expect to engage with employers through multiple channels, platforms and devices. / HR Grapevine
  • Social media is the least popular channel job seekers will resort to search for employment. / Talent Management
  • H&M - which joined the TENT Partnership for Refugees at the GRF and pledged to create 2,000 jobs for refugees by 2025 - opened its social media channels to UNHCR to share important messages with its millions of followers around the world. / The Global Compact on Refugees
  • There will be a growing number of media stories in 2018 about the 'dark side' of AI as unaccountable algorithms increasingly determine which individuals get jobs, credit cards, insurance, college admission or jail time. / MEED Middle East Business Intelligence
  • U.S. media occupations is projected to increase 4.1 percent and add 107,500 new jobs from 2014 to 2024. / U.S. BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
  • A Microsoft-owned social network that works to create opportunities to make connections, find jobs, and advance the careers of its users, LinkedIn is finding itself battling similar obstacles that Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms have been recently faced with. / Accounting Today News
  • But McKinsey estimates that over the 35 years (from 2015 to 2050), additional capital expenditure could amount to US$5.5 to US$8.4 trillion, depending on the electricity price assumed. / 2017 Energy Transitions Commission
  • McKinsey & Company estimate that BEV trucks will become cost-competitive for urban short-haul vehicles in the early 2020s, and that long-haul BEV trucks will become cost-competitive in Europe between 2023-2031, and even in the US by 2029-3113. / 2017 Energy Transitions Commission
  • The McKinsey Global Institute predicts that it could have an economic impact of $3.9 trillion to $11.1 trillion a year by 2025. / Security Boulevard
  • Last year, analyst firm McKinsey, in its long-term (through 2050) energy industry report, estimated that peak global oil demand might come as early as 2030. / Seeking Alpha
  • Smart buildings will increase revenue opportunities and enable the delivery of new business models. / Greentech Media
  • AI has the potential to boost overall economic productivity significantly: Even accounting for transition costs and competition effects, it could add some $13 trillion to total output by 2030 and boost global GDP by about 1.2 per cent per year. / Jordan Times
  • The McKinsey Global Institute estimates that $57 trillion will need to be spent on building and maintaining infrastructure worldwide between now and 2030-just to keep up with global GDP growth and to meet the demands of global urbanization. / BUILTR.IO
  • The study of 46 countries and 800 occupations by the McKinsey Global Institute found that up to one-fifth of the global work force will be affected. / BBC News Technology

Last updated: 01 August 2021