We are living in an era of revolutionary technological change that is transforming the world of work. Each day around 150 million Americans make their way to work, providing for themselves and their families, and driving the U.S. economy forward. But what will happen to these millions of jobs as technology reshapes the labor market over the coming decade? The question of technology’s impact on the number and nature of jobs in the future has been the subject of pronounced interest to academics, technology experts, and futurists. Headline-grabbing findings have been widely reported in newsrooms, eliciting fears that technology threatens to alter profoundly our relationship with work.