19 fastest declining jobs and how much they pay in N.J.

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The buzz over the emergence of artificial intelligence and its potential has been tempered by fears about how it could dramatically change the workforce of the future. Jobs which mostly consist of repetitive tasks, like data entry clerks and typists, may be the most likely to be automated, said Parul Jain, an associate professor of professional practice with the finance and economics department at Rutgers Business School. The 25 jobs expected to grow fastest in U.S. and how much they pay in N.J.The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics projected that from 2021 to 2031, there would be a 38.2% decl…

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