Unlike taxi drivers, chauffeurs are professional drivers who drive for wealthy and high-rank people like company owners, rich people, high-rank government offices, etc.
They are accountable for their actions since they cater their services to high-rank people or officials. Similar to taxi drivers mentioned above, the jobs of chauffeurs are also at risk in the near future. Since autonomous vehicles don’t need a driver.
Autonomous technological advancements will sure have an impact on companies offering such professional transportation services.
A study by the University of Oxford estimates that there is an 89% probability that the profession of the chauffeur will be fully automated in the future.
The appearance of drones – as in the case of home delivery – and the internet phenomenon, together with the digitization of numerous administrative and legal processes, are some of the factors that will greatly reduce paper mail.
However, parcel services, express transport, and customer-centric logistics will grow like wildfire, especially in relation to e-commerce.
The tasks which one needs to do now at a post office, such as receiving letters and packages or examining mail, could be reduced by 26.2% in 2024.