I've seen a lot of posts about people saying automation is overblown then others that say automation will hit hard in 20 or so years (specifically in non-STEM jobs.) I'm a bit worried about which jobs in finance will disappear or be largely cut down.
I'm interested in mainly IB to PE, Consulting to Corporate Strategy, or PWM as a career path, would I have to worry about any of these being automated in my lifetime if I'm currently in undergrad?
Would it be wiser to switch to a STEM degree to protect myself from automation in the future?
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