According to a new study released by the Brookings Institution, the only workers who should fear the robot revolution are those employed in the production, food service, and transportation industries, which comprise 25% of occupations in the US. These positions are considered “high risk,” as they involve “routine and predictable” tasks easily performed by non-humans. “Most occupations will see specific tasks assumed by machines, but much of their labor will likely be enhanced, rather than fully replaced.” The workers most vulnerable are in transportation, production, food preparation, and office administration, which, combined, make up about 36 million jobs, or 25% of the total jobs in the US today. In these occupations, roughly 70% of tasks were considered routine and predictable, prime targets to be managed by machines. The most vulnerable were “packaging and filling machine operators” (100% exposure to automation), food preparation workers (91%), payroll and timekeeping clerks (87%), and light-truck and delivery drivers (78%).