The recent updates to the minimum wage for certain workers in California may have you questioning your choice of current occupation.

But wages shouldn’t be the only factor when it comes to keeping a job or moving on to another. You also need to consider the availability of jobs and whether those job positions will withstand the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics takeover.

Check Out the 3 Most Common Jobs in California

The job website Unmudl compiled data from the US Government to determine which jobs are the most common in California. The most common jobs are not the ones we usually consider to be glamorous and won’t make you famous, but they are essential jobs in the state. Movie stars, influencers, and tech moguls are not on the list of most common jobs.

Instead, the most common jobs in California are much more…well, common:

  • Home Health and Personal Care Aides
  • Fast Food and Counter Workers
  • Laborers/Freight, Stock, and Material Movers

The reason you may need to worry about the safety of your job is due to another recent article that shows the 10 jobs most likely to be taken by AI. 2 of the most common in California, Fast Food and Counter Workers, and Stock and Freight Movers are high on that list as you can see in this gallery.

10 Common Jobs Most Likely To Be Stolen By AI in California

Do you work in one of the at-risk jobs or is yours considered safe based on the odds? It's crazy that there are 4 jobs that have a 100 percent chance of being lost to Artificial Intelligence.

Gallery Credit: Credit N8

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High Paying Jobs in California That Don’t Require a Degree

There is good news though, many jobs in California offer high pay and don’t require a college degree and they aren’t on the list of jobs likely to be stolen by AI Robots.

LOOK: Highest-paying jobs in Los Angeles that don't require a college degree

Stacker ranked the 50 highest-paying jobs in Los Angeles that don't require a college degree, using annual compensation data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Gallery Credit: Stacker

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