Five High-Paying Jobs That A.I. Can’t Replace
Artificial intelligence generators such as Chat GPT is worrying the U.S. workforce. However, there are many careers that can’t be replaced by robots. Here are high-paying jobs that can’t be replaced by artificial intelligence…at least any time soon.
Average annual income: $127,990
While A.I. could make lawyers’ jobs easier by drafting legal documents for them, attorneys are still necessary in all other parts of the legal process.
Average annual income: $300,000 a year for surgeons, $200,000 for pediatricians
Robots are making a breakthrough in the medical industry, but they still need human oversight. Robotic arms in surgery are still operated by real doctors.
Average annual income: $249,760
Despite what you might have seen in sci-fi movies, A.I. is not able to replicate human emotions authentically or emphasize with their patients.
Average annual income: $59,880
This position along with other trade jobs will not go away with the A.I. revolution. These fields require human dexterity that robots cannot quite accomplish.
Average annual income: $80,180
Architects might use A.I. to generate models but they still need to oversee the process and rely on real people to provide feedback.
Read more about what jobs are safe from the A.I. boom on Yahoo Finance.
How A.I. is changing the job market.
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