AI Is Here To Stay – How ChatGPT Is Replacing Human Jobs

Many people fear that the success of ChatGPT will lead to AI taking over human jobs. But if you think it won't happen in the near future and you will still manage to make a career, we recommend you to read this article carefully because the reality is harsher.

A month ago, a research firm called Resume Builder conducted research. The results are more than shocking. The percentage of replacing humans with ChatGPT has reached a staggering 48% among more than 1,000 American organizations surveyed. Moreover, 49% of these firms have already activated ChatGPT, and 30% are on their way. So this number will change soon.

What jobs are on the target of AI and ChatGPT?

It's not hard to guess that writing code is the first thing that comes to mind when we think of AI. The survey data shows that 66% of companies are already using it. However, this shouldn't come as a surprise to our readers, as we recently wrote about a new service, Power Copilot. ChatGPT is at the heart of the service. It allows developers to talk to an AI and describe the application they want to build. The whole job is done in seconds.


The survey data also shows that 58% of companies use AI for copywriting or content development, 57% for customer support, and 52% for meeting or document summaries.

I always tell me students studying management that if they want to become HR managers, it's better to abandon the idea now. The thing is that ChatGPT is involved in recruiting, such as writing job descriptions, responding to prospective applicants, and more. Not surprisingly, 77% of the companies surveyed said it helped them write job descriptions.

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As a reminder, it's been about 3 months since ChatGPT was released. Once it was out, Business Insider shared its though on what jobs will be replaced by ChatGPT:

  • Tech jobs (Coders, computer programmers, software engineers, data analysts)
  • Media jobs (advertising, content creation, technical writing, journalism)
  • Legal industry jobs (paralegals, legal assistants)
  • Market research analysts
  • Teachers
  • Finance jobs (Financial analysts, personal financial advisors)
  • Traders
  • Graphic designers
  • Accountants
  • Customer service agents

From this vantage point, the ChatGPT fire seems to have spread to all walks of life (including me…).

AI is getting smarter

Many people will say that AI is not ready to replace humans. For example, I know that there are many AI-based content-writing tools that can create content in seconds. But most of them will be useless. For example, I asked about a 13 Ultra phone that has not been released yet. And the tool I tested generated content with wrong information, saying that it's packed with the Snapdragon 888 and so on. As an experienced article writer, I understood that the content had nothing to do with reality. But I agree that many users can't know that. So at the moment, AI is like a child learning different things.


According to Resume Builder data, the vast majority of managers or executives in all the companies that participated in the study are satisfied with this “AI employee.” 55% of people think that ChatGPT's work is “very good.”

In addition, ChatGPT helped managers to “reduce costs.” 99% of companies using ChatGPT report successful cost savings.

Wrapping Up

As you can see, it took three months for ChatGPT to become a bogeyman for many professions. We don't even want to imagine what the next three months will do to the job market.

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