The myth of the job-killing robot


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    A series of Statistics Canada studies released Monday shows that Canadian firms that invested in and adopted robots from 1996 to 2017 employed more workers relative to industry averages. Robot-friendly firms added more high-skilled and low-skilled jobs, while middle-skilled jobs—those requiring vocational or trades qualifications—were more likely to decline with robot adoption. 

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