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AI is Not Coming for Our Jobs (We Think)

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58% of employees surveyed are confident in their job, despite AI advancements, but concerns do loom.

With the growing integration of AI into daily work routines, its precise role within the workplace can be ambiguous, leading to concerns among employees, political leaders, and the general public. According to a McKinsey study titled "Generative AI and the Future of Work in America," automation facilitated by generative AI could potentially replace tasks that account for as much as 30 percent of the total working hours in the US by 2030.


Given this context, in the latest round of the Pulse IQ research we asked Generative AI users, “Do you think that AI will eliminate your job?” 58% expressed confidence that AI would “probably never” replace their jobs.

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