Manager Survey: Will AI Replace Employees and Lower Salaries?

Manager Survey: Will AI Replace Employees and Lower Salaries?

Marketing Management — Tue., Apr. 16, 2024

According to a survey conducted by Beautiful.ai, 41% of managers in the United States believe AI will replace employees in the workplace this year. 45% of managers also think it will lead to lower salaries.

However, 90% of managers say they are already using AI tools for their own productivity. The survey was conducted in February 2024 among 3,000 adults in management positions.

About the research: The report was based on a survey in February 2024 among 3,000 adults in the United States in management positions.

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