By Adrian Peralta, and Agustin Roitman
May 1, 2018
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Technology impacts how we work (photo: BSIP/Newscom).
Many feel anxious about the impact of new technology on their jobs. This is not new. In fact, it dates back at least to the Luddites movement at the outset of the Industrial Revolution. And it resurfaced during the Great Depression and again in the 1960s, following a period of high productivity growth, and in the 1980s at the outset of the IT revolution.
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