Regional Trends Report August 2019 – Wales

APSCo and Vacancysoft

August 2019

Demand for professionals across Wales is down 3% compared to this time last year. There are many factors for this happening, however, Brexit is one of the main culprits. The rise of AI, robotics and automation has also played a major role in the decrease. As technological advancements continue, we will likely see job openings drop further. The three sectors predicted to be significantly impacted the most by the expansion of AI are: manufacturing, retail and education.

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