Fuerza Laboral Global – Las Implicancias en la Abogacía

Currently 5.49 billion people in the world are of working age and the International Labor Organization includes in this category people who are 15 years of age and older5. We must also consider that 3.45 billion people are in the global workforce population - 63% of the global working-age population. This means that 3.25 billion people are working either as wage earners, employers or as workers in vulnerable situations and approximately 200 million people are unemployed. New technologies and what we know as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” will bring new job opportunities and, in turn, those who fail to adapt to what the current workforce demands will be left unemployed.
In this case, the edges to be analyzed are different, including the 1) human component and on the other hand, 2) new technologies. Regarding the former, the human component within the workforce is currently made up of people of different generations (baby boomers, millennials, centenarians and generation Z). From the other spectrum, we also have new technologies applied to the world of work, including artificial intelligence, the world of robotics and the automation of processes. In the following lines, we will try to make an analysis of the influence of these elements in the world of law from a regional perspective.

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