(Bloomberg) -- Up to one-third of British jobs could face automation in the next 15 years, but the technology will improve productivity and create new roles elsewhere, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.

The transportation and storage industry and manufacturing have the most roles at risk, the report published Friday showed. Education, health and social work are least likely to be affected due to the relatively high proportion of tasks that are difficult to automate.

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