These Cities Will Lose the Most Jobs to Automation

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50. Yakima, WA
> Automatable share of work: 49.4% of tasks
> Percent of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 17.6%
> Civilians employed in manufacturing: 9.2%
> Population: 250,193

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49. Oshkosh-Neenah, WI
> Automatable share of work: 49.4% of tasks
> Percent of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 29.5%
> Civilians employed in manufacturing: 22.5%
> Population: 170,414

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48. College Station-Bryan, TX
> Automatable share of work: 49.4% of tasks
> Percent of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 36.1%
> Civilians employed in manufacturing: 8.0%
> Population: 258,860

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47. St. Cloud, MN
> Automatable share of work: 49.4% of tasks
> Percent of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 29.0%
> Civilians employed in manufacturing: 14.4%
> Population: 197,759

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46. Springfield, OH
> Automatable share of work: 49.4% of tasks
> Percent of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 20.1%
> Civilians employed in manufacturing: 16.0%
> Population: 134,557