According to the Office for National Statistics, around 1.5 million jobs in England are at high risk of some of their duties and tasks being automated in the future.
The ONS analysed the jobs of 20 million people in England in 2017, and has found that 7.4% are at high risk of automation.
Automation involves replacing tasks currently done by workers with technology, which could include computer programs, algorithms, or even robots.
Women, young people, and those who work part-time are most likely to work in roles that are at high risk of automation.
It is important to understand automation as it may have an impact on the labour market, economy and society and on the skills and qualifications young people will need in the future.
The ONS have developed a chatbot for people to find out more about automation. You can try it out below and you can download the data here.