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On the endangered list

Technology has always driven the evolution of labor markets. It will continue to influence change in the job market as digital replaces physical across many sectors, a recent report suggests. released its annual "most endangered jobs" report Tuesday, and many of the jobs listed will take hits as industries flock to digital or automated technologies that require less human labor. The report, compiled by the site with data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), examines jobs that are expected to see the largest drops in hiring by 2022.

"Technology has always been and is a very active force in changing the way work is done," said John Challenger, CEO of Challenger, Gray & Christmas.

He added that "the necessity for digitizing information" will continue to shape change in labor markets.

"We continue to move from an industrial and manufacturing economy to a service and information economy," Challenger said.

Scroll through to view's most endangered jobs of 2014.

—By Jacob Pramuk, special to
Posted TK July 2014

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