Artificial Intelligence & the Future of Work Survey
Jobs for the Future survey on artificial intelligence and the future of work
More than half of adults believe they need to gain new skills to prepare for the impacts of artificial intelligence—and one-third believe they'll need them within the next year—according to a survey commissioned by Jobs for the Future’s Center for Artificial Intelligence & the Future of Work.
The poll was conducted by Morning Consult between May 31 –June 2, 2023 among a sample of 2,204 adults. The interviews were conducted online and the data were weighted to approximate a target sample of adults based on age, gender, race, educational attainment, region, gender by age, and race by educational attainment.
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Launched in June, Jobs for the Future's Center for Artificial Intelligence & the Future of Work focuses on connecting policy with practices grounded in equitable applications of AI so all learners and workers benefit. The center is intended to play a critical role in achieving JFF’s North Star: In 10 years, 75 million people facing systemic barriers to advancement will work in quality jobs.
For more information about the Center for Artificial Intelligence & the Future of Work, please visit www.jff.org/ai.