What if, in the not-too-distant future, there won’t be enough jobs for people? Some economists believe that, as robots and artificial intelligence become increasingly capable of performing tasks, there will not be enough jobs for people. In the financial sector, jobs are particularly subject to automation. For example, there is a 58% chance of personal financial advisors losing out to computerized counterparts. Insurance underwriters are definitely worse off, with a 99% chance of future automation in the position. Loan officers and credit analysts have a 98% chance of computerization. Some jobs, however, appear to be safer for the moment, with financial managers only facing a 7% likelihood of having their jobs automated away.