It is not just the Amazon workforce that is in trouble.
Over 1 million US jobs are at risk of being lost to automation over the next 10 years, according to a new report from the Center for Automotive Research.
In addition, automation is expected to cause the unemployment rate to increase by over 8% by 2025, which will likely be even higher in the US.
While automation will undoubtedly be a boon for workers, it is also expected to lead to an increase in the number of Americans without a job.
“There’s a huge amount of uncertainty around what the future of jobs will look like, and that’s what’s been driving the jobs crisis,” said Andrew S. Coss, CEO of the Center.
The US economy lost more than 3 million jobs in March alone, with the jobless rate currently sitting at 6.5%.
The jobless figure has remained flat in recent months, and unemployment has been on the rise.
According to Coss and other experts, automation has been taking over the world since the late 1960s.
While some countries have struggled to recover from the Great Recession, many countries have managed to keep unemployment below 7% for decades.
With the number and severity of job losses expected to continue unabated, the question is what happens to the US economy if the job losses are so severe?
Currently, the US is one of the few nations where the economy is growing.
However, this has come at the expense of manufacturing, which has been the backbone of the US’s economy.
The manufacturing sector has been responsible for about 85% of the total jobs lost in the past decade, according the Center’s estimates.
With manufacturing down, the rest of the economy, which consists of services and public sector jobs, has been decimated.
The total jobs losses could easily be twice the number that are currently being reported.
In addition to the lost manufacturing jobs, another significant part of the job loss is that jobs are being lost in non-manufacturing sectors.
The US is facing the biggest economic downturn in at least 30 years, with many experts expecting the US to enter a recession in the next few years.
However, experts say that while the recession is not likely to be severe, it will be more severe than what is currently happening in other advanced economies.
Although there has been no clear signal of impending recession in Europe, analysts are predicting that the European Union will enter recession in 2017, and possibly beyond.
In the US, the number one indicator of the economic outlook is inflation, which currently sits at around 6.3%.
However, inflation is expected, if not entirely predicted, to be higher in 2020, 2020, 2025 and 2040.
Coss and others are forecasting that unemployment in the United States will reach 20% by 2040, which would be a 10% increase from what it is today.
If unemployment is at 20%, then the average worker will have $1,200 in savings, which could be used to purchase goods or services.
While it is possible to have a positive impact on a society by making it more productive, the positive impact is minimal.