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As the robotics industry continues to expand and diversify, the number of potential robotics career paths open to students and new entrants to the employment market – as well as to those people seeking to switch jobs mid-career – is growing exponentially. From electronic and mechanical engineering to machine learning, automation and cybernetics to artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles and drones to space technology, the amount of options available is vast.

A recent study by global professional services company KPMG also confirms the amount of robotics sector jobs available to workers will rise in the coming years. The study states 95% of 138 U.S. technology industry CEOs from Internet, hardware, software, IT service and cloud companies quizzed about the relationship between human and robotic labor predict an increase in their human workforce, in spite of a rise in the use of automation technologies.

In this free download, author Andrew Williams highlights the types of skills robotics professionals need now and in the future. In addition, we highlight some of the top robotics educational institutions worldwide, and provide examples of what it’s like to be a robotics expert.

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