ChatGPT has released a paper that contains a list of jobs that it is likely to replace. The jobs to be taken away by GPT-powered systems have been labeled as occupations with the highest exposure. We have attached a pdf of the complete paper below this article.
ChatGPT Paper on Jobs AI will replace
The 35-page research paper on GPTs’ labor market impact was published on March 21, 2023. The paper finds that 80% of US jobs will be exposed to GPT. Replaced or exposed means the likelihood of a company or business using GPT to perform 50% of the task that a human can do.
The paper indicates that most occupations that require science and critical thinking skills are less likely to be impacted by GPT. However, writing and programming have a higher exposure which means occupations that need the two skills can rely on GPT to perform 50% of tasks done by a human.
The paper also notes that employees with College, Bachelor, and Master’s degrees are more exposed to GPT than those with informal education. However, jobs that require long training are less exposed.
List of Jobs ChatGPT will replace
Below is a list of jobs with the highest exposure in percentage;
- Mathematicians: 100%
- Tax Preparers: 100%
- Accountants and Auditors: 100%
- Journalists: 100%
- Legal Secretaries: 100%
- Clinical Data Managers: 100%
- Climate Change Policy Analysts: 100%
- Financial Quantitative Analysts: 100%
- Web and Digital Interface Designers: 100%
- Writers and Authors: 100%
- Blockchain Engineers: 97.1%
- Court Reporters: 96.4%
- Proofreaders and Copy Markers: 95.5%
Jobs that will not be taken away by GPT AI
The paper finds that most jobs that involve manual labor like equipment operators, cooks, brick masons, mechanics, and tire repairers among others indicated in the attachment below are not likely to be replaced with AI.
The paper allows us to conclude that blue-collar jobs are not likely to be affected by OpenAI’s GPT-4. Construction workers, automotive technicians, carpenters, electricians, plumbers, welders, firefighters, painters, police officers, etc should be less worried about GPT taking away their jobs. However, if your work involves sitting in front of a computer all day, time to innovate or go back to the farm.
View the full pdf of the research paper.