Supposdedly, South Korea and Singapore are currently in the lead in robot adoption.
I don't know that anybody says that. The question is about net jobs and/or the pay and quality of the new jobs versus the old. That said, this very short piece makes a good point: who, ten or even five years ago, could have imagined some of the ways people earn a living these days?
Seems that way to me.
The Quorites nominate several dozen sites to consider.
Better forecasts than most macroeconomists.
One more thing evil technology has destroyed. (Sarcasm.)
According to this ranking, leaving aside a couple that I think are misclassified, the third-ranking social science site in English is Economics Job Market Rumors. (I enjoy it even if it gets under the skin of the Woke.)
This sounds like good advice.
Not many surprises for me, but your mileage may vary.