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Introduction - Discuss how industrial robots are a scientific marvel - Discuss how industrial robots cut costs and increase efficiency for the businesses themselves, as well as being safer - Then contrast with how the industrial jobs they kill have an adverse affect on society Paragraph 1 -Talk about how blue collar manufacturing jobs are good trade jobs that provide hard workers good income and allow for people to economically advance without a college education -talk about how manufacturing jobs and blue collar work allow for people to have economic successes even if they aren’t suited for college education - They are good jobs too -Refer to source 1 Paragraph 2 -Talk about industrial robots are lowering costs and doing good things for the businesses, but at the expense of the workers -Refer to source 2 Paragraph 3
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  • Fall '16
  • Ms. Tully
  • Economics, English, College Education, blue collar, Industrial Robots, TechCrunch, collar manufacturing jobs

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