Gary Anderberg, senior vice president, claims analytics for Gallagher Bassett, says that anecdotal evidence shows that older workers need more time to develop personal bonds with claims adjusters. Gary Anderberg, senior vice president, claims analytics for Gallagher Bassett, says that anecdotal evidence shows that older workers need more time to develop personal bonds with claims adjusters. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The U.S. workforce is changing radically before our eyes. Many sectors are being exposed in the wake of #MeToo while others are looking to fend off pressure from China, which is poised to be a leader in artificial intelligence.

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