Many Canadians refuse to interracte with self-checkout machines saying that it kill jobs for other people

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Many Canadians refuse to interracte with self-checkout machines saying that it kill jobs for other people

Today, finding a job is a real struggle. The country faces a huge job shortage, and while foreign supplies are cited as the main reason for this situation, no one can deny that automation may be the real culprit.

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We realize it, but automation is almost everywhere now. A clear example of automation is the new self-test machines in supermarkets and pharmacies. Customers close their purchases or purchases instead of withdrawing them from the register.

While the employee is generally awake in a self-contained area to protect himself from the store and dishonesty, the proliferation of self-paying machines means that stores should not employ many workers, which in turn creates fewer jobs.

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However, people actually struggle with the automation itself by refusing to use their own lenses and kiosks.

A study by the Canadian University of Dalhousie found that most buyers prefer to pay for their products the old-fashioned way.

While two-thirds of respondents said they had used self-checking machines in the past, only 11% cited these machines as their preferred payment method. Experts believe there may be countless reasons behind this growing reaction to independent positions.

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istockphoto.com/Hispanolistic

In addition to interrupting jobs, many people prefer face-to-face interaction that comes with the traditional method of paying for purchases. As automation continues to grow and expand, this debate will only heat up

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Show your friends this story to see what they think and give us your opinion in.

Do you it's the right thing to do to stop using it because it kills job for other people in need, or do you think automation is a positive sign of progress?

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