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  • [New] By 2025, the number of new jobs created by technological advancements will surpass the number of jobs eliminated. / Pricing recruitment I Pricing jobs I Revenue Management Jobs
  • [New] A revitalised Innovator route will allow talented innovators and entrepreneurs from overseas to start and operate a business in the UK that is venture-backed or harnesses innovative technologies, creating jobs for UK workers and boosting growth. / UK Government
  • New technologies and increased connectivity, as well as the sheer scale of the world's metropolises, are opening up massive opportunities to optimise urban planning, improve services and extend access, while at the same time creating revenue streams, jobs and business ventures. / IEA
  • Over the next two years, 75% of finance professionals believe their day jobs will significantly change, and 83% said they will have to learn new skills for AI and related technologies. / VentureBeat
  • Some of the world's biggest energy companies have joined forces to develop carbon capture and storage technology in Teesside and the Humber in a project that could create 25,000 jobs. / The Times
  • Changing technology may lead to the loss of some jobs and the creation of others, referring to ONS figures which suggest that 1.5 million jobs in the UK are at high risk of seeing some of their duties and tasks automated. / House of Commons
  • The city-state' s financial and fintech sectors are expected to create 6,500 jobs in 2021, particularly in technology, wealth management, corporate banking, and insurance. / AsianInvestor
  • By investing in new technologies and innovation the UK will continue to lead the world in tackling climate change while protecting and creating new jobs. / Business Green
  • The new investment in London's solar workforce will help to drive the mass uptake of solar energy this decade, enabling Londoners to learn more about solar technologies as well as creating more green jobs. / The Renewable Energy Hub
  • 14% of jobs in Europe are at high risk of automation, while a further 32% could experience significant change due to new technologies. / UK Construction Online
  • The World Economic Forum's (WEF) 2020 Future of Jobs report estimated that by 2025, some 85 million jobs may be eliminated as a result of automation, while 97 million new roles may emerge. / Business Insider
  • The UK risks falling behind as other countries including the United States put in place enhanced policies to support innovation and new fuel technologies. / CAPA - Centre for Aviation
  • The OECD study argues that even if a job is at high risk of automation, it will not necessarily result in job losses because workers can adapt by switching tasks and expanding their roles, and because technological change will also create new jobs. / downloads
  • In June last year, France announced an increase in funding for the CORAC aviation research body including €1.5 billion over three years for technology such as hydrogen, rescuing 500 out of 15,000 jobs threatened by an Airbus restructuring. / The Japan Times
  • A new programme - Solar Skills London - will focus on skills and training to enable Londoners to learn more about solar technologies and help to create more green jobs. / Housing Digital
  • The historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework will make life better for millions of Americans, create a generation of good-paying union jobs and economic growth, and position the United States to win the 21st century, including on many of the key technologies needed to combat the climate crisis. / The White House
  • French Tech Next40 / 120 companies - the government label that lists promising French technology companies - generated 163,000 direct and indirect jobs in 2020 and are expected to create 224,000 additional jobs by 2025, an impact study by Roland Berger states. /
  • The world is witnessing the demand for skill in blockchain technology development paralleled with demanding job opportunities. / TheNextTech
  • Almost 50% of jobs in the United States are at risk of automation in the coming decades as digital technologies increasingly replace people. / UNCTAD
  • The American Jobs Plan proposes spending $20 billion on new regional innovation hubs that will unite public and private investment to speed up the development of various energy technologies. / The Atlantic
  • Even worse, by refusing to take meaningful climate action, Australia is missing an opportunity to create 250,000 new jobs in the clean economy and reap a $680 billion dividend from becoming a global renewable energy powerhouse and world-leading exporter of low-emissions technologies. / Climate Council
  • The green economy, in the next 20 years, will create about 60 million new jobs, a significant proportion of which are in the fields of technology and infrastructure. / Observer Research Foundation
  • Manchester hub to lead innovation Plans to make Manchester a European centre for the science and technology sector received a boost yesterday with the announcement of a £1.5 billion investment that will create up to 10,000 jobs. / The Times

Last updated: 01 August 2021