“We cannot predict with accuracy the occupations that will grow fastest in the future or the precise tasks that humans will perform. Nonetheless, it is a safe bet that the human labor market will center on three kinds of work: solving unstructured problems, working with new information, and carrying out non-routine manual tasks. The rest will be done by computers and low wage workers abroad.”
Frank Levy and Richard J. Murnane (s/f). Dancing with robots. Human Skills for Computerized Work (p. 28).