Looking at this issue from critical perspective of how things are done currently at the work places, we would undoubtedly foresee the risks and dangers looming from the horizon. With the constant and progressive innovative usage of automated systems in many establishments, it's seemingly pretty difficult for young school levers to secure sustainable payable employments.
Apparently, so many job opportunities are at risk. With prevalence of robotics, human efforts are less needed in places they where once valued. And this erosion of human inputs in many organizations has led to massive loss of job opportunities. And from look of this, with the data on ground, it is probable that a time is going to come in the future where humans would be become redundant and thus extinct from the workforce.
Personally, the harm done by the robots has outweighed the good as initially intended by the inventors, and if care is not taken to forestall the monumental damage they pose, we are going to wake up one day and the work places would be taken over by them.