Want to stay employed as a new age of automation hits your company? Most experts say invest in two-year technical degrees, four-year college degrees and retraining programs tailored for a data-driven age. (Photo: PJ66431470 / iStock)

The rapid growth of artificial intelligence and a new generation of robots mean millions of workers will see their jobs change or vanish. In manufacturing intensive Wisconsin, workers are even more vulnerable than the rest of the nation.

What can be done?

Most experts say invest in two-year technical degrees, four-year college degrees and retraining programs tailored for a data-driven automation age.

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“Mid-career job training will be essential,”

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