Australia's AI revolution: Baby Boomers returning to work
Australia faces an automated future that could add $4 trillion to the economy and despite fears of job losses, business leaders say older workers are the key to the transition.
"People are lurching into the labour market. Why? Because jobs growth is strong. Who's coming back in? More women, but increasingly people over the age of 55," Dean of Melbourne Business School Ian Harper said at a Centre for Economic Development Australia (CEDA) panel event in Melbourne on Wednesday.
Read more at The Age.