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According to one report, nearly 60 percent of the jobs at risk of replacement by technology are held by women. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The World Economic Forum at Davos is a font of news—and one hot topic is the supplanting of jobs by tech and AI. That news is not good for the people who depend on those jobs, particularly since there’s no pipeline of new jobs coming to take their place.

The Huffington Post reports that one Davos panel titled “Putting jobs out of work” refers to a McKinsey estimate that over the next 10 or so years, a third of all workers in Germany and the U.S. may need to find work in new occupations.

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