People on low incomes will be the hardest hit by the introduction of automation in the workplace in the next few decades, exclusive research for ITV's Tonight programme has found.
According to the research, people earning under £20,000 pounds a year are five times more likely to find that a machine will be capable of doing their job by 2030 than those that earn £100,000 a year.
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