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Radical changes have been experienced in the labor markets in the past few years. Variousemployability rates have pioneered these changes that technological advancements haveindicated. Employability is the characteristics and capacities that present one as a suitablecandidate for recruitment in an organization or places where one is seeking employment. Thechanges pose the question of whether it was an indication of things to unfold in a better mannerfor those looking for work in the twenty-first century? It is critical to be alert of the fast headwayof innovation. It is important because of the ways in which technology is revitalizing andchanging everything commencing from the manner in which types of machinery are developedto how cash is contributed and even how payments are made when purchasing merchandise atthe general store. These changes have drawn attention to the purpose of this paper, which seeksto present how automation has impacted the operations of the current workforce, the existingattributes of work, and the important qualities and abilities needed for one to remain cutthroat inthe present quickly evolving work environment.Influence of AutomationAutomation has supported the development of various innovation that has aided in making workeasier in different categories. At the same time, it has scrapped off employees who performedtasks that automation innovations have chipped in to give better outcomes (Mason, (2016). MrSowerby, who is an investment portfolio director at General Motors, claims he doesn't have

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