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Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the workforce was already facing disruptive changes. The fourth industrial revolution and technology in the workplace, specifically artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, and big data, were already drastically reshaping the profile of a highly skilled worker in the 21st century. Now, the combination of challenges caused COVID-19 and these new workplace technologies are responsible for displacing entire occupations, shifting worker skills and tasks, and creatingdoi:10.1002/nha3.20312 fatcat:ofji6ee2nbhdphipjrpg35tj3q