To reduce costs and increase speed, the restaurant sector is preparing for full automation by including robots. Jobs and activities that were handled by humans before the pandemic changed to robots. After the pandemic, the restaurant sector also began to change as various sectors began to test technology. According to the report of the Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives, by 2021, more than 250,000 restaurant workers have left their jobs and found new jobs.
Robots are starting to rule in restaurants and hotels. Robots have been introduced in all areas such as cooking, washing dishes, washing dishes, and receiving money. Among the shortage of employees, the wages of workers also increased. Many companies are moving to replace human workers on the assembly line with robots as a solution to fill the gap.
Industry consultants Aaron Allen and Associates predict that 82 percent of jobs are likely to be replaced, but restaurants have traditionally lagged behind other sectors in introducing industrial robots. Many experts say that the workforce in the restaurant sector is disappearing.