C 2.4. How are employment levels expected to evolve in the face of increasing mechanization and automation?
The Centro de Tecnologia Canavieira, or Sugar-Cane Technology Center, among others, has assessed the impact of sugar-cane harvesting without burning on labor. For a hypothetical future situation with a mechanization level of 100 percent in the State of So Paulo and 50 percent in the rest of the country, there would be 165,000 jobs less than in the fully manual harvesting system based on the total number of jobs in 2000. That process is in progress, and rapidly in So Paulo. Using the straw as an energy source could create more jobs in the agricultural area if balers are used (which is not defined as technology at the moment). Indirect jobs were not included in the computation. A large portion of the fall in direct agricultural jobs in the 1990s was due to the implementation of mechanical harvesting. Planting is being mechanized as well, although the effect of it on jobs is much less significant. That employment level-decreasing effect was widely expected as early as 15 years ago, when t
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