If you want to keep your job for a long time, you should become a boxing teacher. When training in the boxing ring, no machine in the world can currently take on the most important tasks – be it explaining the theory, coaching from the coaching bench or the boxing exercises themselves.
So good news for the 4,000 boxing coaches who work in. For a third of the working population, however, there is bad news: their jobs have a high likelihood of being automated.
That is the astonishing statement of a study by the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) in Nuremberg. The job experts have examined 4,400 professions and 8,000 activities that are carried out in the process to determine the extent to which these can already be taken over by machines.