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Tech Expert Robert Deignan Shares Advice about What the Future of Automation Holds for Workers

Robert Deignan is a business owner and entrepreneur. He is the Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of ATS Digital Services, a company that deals with network connectivity, end devices, intermediate devices and software. Before founding the company in 2011, he was the Executive Vice President of iS3, Inc. He worked at Boynton Beach-located Company for 9 years. He is also co-founded Fanlink. The renowned tech expert went to St. Thomas Aquinas High School before proceeding to Purdue University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree.

Technology has advanced so much that people have started to worry about its impact on the workforce. According to Robert Deignan, work automation won’t necessarily push you out of your job if you make yourself indispensable. Experts such as Robert Deignan can predict what will happen in the future, but they can’t be certain about it. It will take over 120 years for machines to have the capability to do 50% of what human beings can do.

That said, a study conducted in the Oxford University showed that jobs won’t be affected as much by work automation. Understanding what goes into jobs such as healthcare social workers, audiologists and recreational experts will help you prepare for the automation dominated future. According to experts, the workforce revolution would perhaps help people focus on what they can do best.

A report from McKinsey suggests ways to prepare for revolutionized work force in the future. The study does not refute that automation will make people lose jobs. It says that many people handle tasks which can be partially automated. Therefore, it will be helpful if you focused on the part of your job that is not likely to be automated.

It narrows down to the way you perceive automation and technological revolution. You could use technology to your advantage. Robert Deigan relied on technology to set up a tech business to help people solve technical problems.

It is easy to panic about losing jobs to automation. It is very important to perceive it as any other change that you will have to adapt to. The automation could come with a fundamental change of how we think about our careers.

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