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A recent study conducted by Robert Half found that 27 percent of Canadian workers perceive that generative AI will have a positive impact on their careers, compared to 17 percent of workers who are concerned that it could make their skills obsolete. Conversely, 32 percent of Canadian workers perceive that generative AI will not have an impact on their job prospects. Of those individuals embracing AI and implementing the tool into their daily work, 36 percent indicated that they are automating time-consuming tasks, and 24 percent indicated that AI is increasing their efficiency and productivity. These attitudes vary based on generation and occupation:
- Gen Zers (46 percent) and Millennials (36 percent) are more optimistic about generative AI than Gen Xers (20 percent) and baby boomers (16 percent).
- More than 6 in 10 Gen Zers (63 percent) use or plan to use AI to help with improving their LinkedIn or online profiles, 61 percent for resume writing and keyword optimization, and 60 percent for assistance with cover letters, interview preparation, and job searches. This is compared to significantly smaller numbers of millennials, Gen Xers, and baby boomers who use or plan to use generative AI for assistance with their careers.
- Technology (38 percent) and marketing and creative (31 percent) professionals are most likely to feel that generative AI will create more demand for their skills.
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