These Cities Will Lose the Most Jobs to Automation

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35. Lewiston, ID-WA
> Automatable share of work: 49.9% of tasks
> Percent of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 23.8%
> Civilians employed in manufacturing: 14.1%
> Population: 62,921

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34. Danville, IL
> Automatable share of work: 50.0% of tasks
> Percent of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 16.8%
> Civilians employed in manufacturing: 13.9%
> Population: 77,909

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33. Weirton-Steubenville, WV-OH
> Automatable share of work: 50.0% of tasks
> Percent of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 16.7%
> Civilians employed in manufacturing: 11.5%
> Population: 119,664

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32. Anniston-Oxford-Jacksonville, AL
> Automatable share of work: 50.1% of tasks
> Percent of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 19.3%
> Civilians employed in manufacturing: 21.3%
> Population: 114,728

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31. Albany, OR
> Automatable share of work: 50.1% of tasks
> Percent of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 17.3%
> Civilians employed in manufacturing: 16.1%
> Population: 125,047