According to an OECD survey, 36.4% of jobs in Hungary are threatened by the development of technology.
According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), 27% of jobs are significantly threatened by the development of artificial intelligence – according to a report Reuters. The OECD said the study found that more than a quarter of jobs depend on skills that can be easily automated, and workers fear losing their jobs to AI.
According to a survey conducted last year, three out of five workers fear that they will lose their jobs due to artificial intelligence in the next ten years. The research examined 5,300 employees of 2,000 companies in seven OECD countries in the fields of manufacturing and finance. The survey was done before the explosion of generative AI, such as ChatGPT.
According to the report published by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, automation threatens the jobs of the most people within the EU in Hungary, threatening 36.4% of jobs, while the EU average is 26.8%. Slovakia is in second place, and the Czech Republic is in third place. Luxembourg, the United Kingdom and Sweden have the fewest jobs at risk from digital development.