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Auto worker Valerie Stades works on a Chevy model at the GM assembly plant in Oshawa, Ont., in 2013.The Globe and Mail

New developments in artificial intelligence and robotics put 42 per cent of Canadian workers at high risk of seeing their jobs disappear or significantly changed in the next two decades, a new report concludes.

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Is your job at risk of disappearing? Find out below. Use the search field to locate your occupation, or sort the results by clicking the column headings.

Here is how the Brookfield Institute report defines the risk levels:

  • Low risk: 0 to 29-per-cent probability of being affected by automation
  • Medium risk: 30 to 69-per-cent probability of being affected by automation
  • High risk: 70 to 100-per-cent probability of being affected by automation