A recent analysis of LinkedIn profiles shows that the company has seen a rise in the number of job postings for artificial intelligence.
The data was collected from more than 2,000 job postings in April and May, which covers companies like LinkedIn, Uber, and Airbnb.
The most popular positions for AI candidates at these companies are computer-related and machine learning positions, the analysis found.
The average salary for a position with AI as a part of its profile is $90,500, and for those with a machine learning background it’s $112,800.
LinkedIn’s profile has also seen a noticeable uptick in hiring for a range of positions, including data analytics, data scientists, data analysts, and social scientists.
The company is working to address the need for AI jobs with new technologies, such as the new Neuralink chip.
AI, however, isn’t the only area that is taking a hit from automation.
As automation continues to ramp up, companies are taking measures to increase the efficiency of their workforce, which could result in fewer jobs being filled, according to a new report from the New America Foundation.
A recent report by the foundation found that the average wage for the U.S. labor force fell by 2.5% in 2018, to $56,000.
The report also said that the median wage for hourly workers rose by 0.6% in the same time period, to just under $30.
That means that the vast majority of Americans are working fewer hours for less money.