Demographics, automation and inequality have the potential to dramatically reshape our world in the 2020s and beyond. The collision of these forces could trigger economic disruption far greater than we have experienced over the past 60 years.
This infographic looks at recent projections from PwC and Accenture regarding AI’s economic impact, as well as the industries and countries that will be the most profoundly affected.
This chart by Visual Capitalist is based on US Bureau of Labor Statistics illustrating expected job losses due to automation by job type.
60% of internet users said they were very concerned about the criminal use of AI technologies.
Up to 162 million people in Europe and the United States—or 20 to 30 percent of the working-age population—engage in some form of independent work.
Pot dispensaries are expected to pour anywhere from $24 billion to $44 billion into their surrounding communities in 2020.
44% of US adult internet users were familiar with the sharing economy, and nearly one-fifth of respondents had actually used such a service.
American CMOs are more optimistic about the economy than they have been in years, and with that optimism comes renewed enthusiasm for marketing budgets.
Baby Boomers on the whole report spending more than they were a year ago.
Almost 8 in 10 of the youngest Baby Boomers are working full-time, part-time or seeking work.