Several studies have taken part in the IMF study and the international PIAAC adult competency assessment program.
It turned out that women risk being left withoutwork as a result of robotization in the next 20 years more often than men. This is connected with the fact that women are more often involved in analytical processes that can be replaced by robots, as well as organizational and managerial work. In addition, men are more often engaged in exact physical work, which is still more difficult to replace than routine tasks associated with data arrays.
On average, robots can replace 40% of women and 38%men in their jobs. At the same time, this indicator strongly depends on the country, for example, in Sweden and Finland, the risks for men are still higher than for women. In addition, this indicator is influenced by the structure of production in the country: does industry dominate in GDP, as well as the degree of technology penetration into the labor market.