Is your job at risk from automation?

(Robots are waiting)

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Occupations Grouped by Career Pathways (2018)
Arts, Creative Media, and Communication
Agriculture, Food Innovation, and Natural Resources
Culinary, Hospitality, and Tourism
Health Sciences and Human Services
Industrial and Engineering Technology
Information Technology
Law, Government, and Public Safety
Occupations are grouped by the Hawai'i CTE Career Pathways
Average Risk Baseline
Occupations with higher than average risk of automation
Occupations with lower than average risk of automation
Each colored dot represents an occupation within a career pathway. The higher a red dot, the greater the risk of automation. The lower a green dot, the lower the risk of automation.

The automation index captures an occupation's risk of being affected by automation using four measures:
  • % of time spent on high-risk work
  • % of time spent on low-risk work
  • Number of high-risk jobs in compatible occupations
  • Overall industry automation risk
Risk analysis using the underlying work on task content. Estimated task time shares, derived from O*NET work activities, are used and regressed for each occupation based on Frey and Osborne’s published “computerization probabilities” (2013). This helps identify which tasks are positively and negatively correlated with automation risk.

Career Pathways with the Highest Risk of Automation
(HIGHEST Risk Listed Top to Bottom)

Culinary, Hospitality, and Tourism occupations have the highest risk of automation followed by the Agriculture, Food Innovation, and Natural Resources pathway.

Occupations in the Information pathway have the lowest risk of automation.