In 2022, approximately 19% of American workers held jobs highly vulnerable to automation by artificial intelligence, where AI could potentially replace or augment crucial tasks. Notably, women, Asian Americans, college-educated individuals,
and those earning higher wages were more likely to be exposed to AI in their roles. However, it’s interesting to note that workers within the most AI-exposed industries expressed a more optimistic
outlook, believing that AI would predominantly benefit rather than harm their personal job prospects.