Industry 4.0 to Bring Changes
Industry 4.0 to Bring Changes

Industry 4.0 to Bring Changes

Industry 4.0 to Bring Changes

According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Shaper Survey, MENA millennials expect the Fourth Industrial Revolution, also known as industry 4.0, to have a significant impact on their working and daily lives. The study also highlighted that a number of them are also comfortable about living in a future where robots work and exist alongside humans. The survey, which polled over 1,600 people between the ages of 18 and 35, highlighted that 58% of MENA millennials expect to experience significant changes to their jobs and careers as a result of technological change, and 52% believe that studying and learning will be similarly affected. Meanwhile, 28% expect the Fourth Industrial Revolution to have a significant impact on their relationships and 15% think it will have an impact on their leisure activities, Tahawultech reported. As for areas of life ripe for being shaken up by the oncoming technological shift, respondents consider education to have the most to gain of any sector, followed by energy and healthcare (both 12.5%), and government (11%).

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