Robots creëren banen volgens nieuw onderzoek in Duitsland

01 mei 2018

At 309 units per 10,000 employees, robot density in German manufacturing industry is the third highest worldwide. At the same time, the number of people employed in Germany reached 44 million in 2017, the highest figure since reunification. New tasks have been created for the workforce alongside the ones performed by machines. These are the results of the latest study by the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW).
The rise in the use of machines has allowed employment to grow by 1%. This development looks set to continue in future: the ZEW estimates that further automation and digitalisation in industry will generate a 1.8% rise in employment by 2021 (Persbericht IFR, 19 april 2018).
Klik hier voor het persbericht.
Klik hier voor het rapport (in het Duits, 1,11 MB).

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