"Middle-skilled" jobs declining due to computers

 Electronic workshop. Photo: ILO/Crozet M. (file)

Major shifts in the demand for skills are taking place in the global jobs market, according to the International Labour Organization (ILO).

A recent study by the ILO highlights how jobs considered "middle-skilled", like accounting or clerical work, are declining.

This is reportedly due to many of these jobs being done by computers.

Carla Drysdale spoke with ILO Economist Christian Viegelahn and filed the following report.

Duration: 2'26"

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