Advanced mechanics and computerized reasoning could influence just about 33% of UK occupations by the 2030s, as per a review.
Nonetheless, the report from bookkeeping firm PwC likewise anticipated that the idea of certain occupations would change as opposed to vanish.
It added that mechanization could make more abundance and extra positions somewhere else in the economy.
Occupations in assembling and retail were among the most in danger from the new innovations, the report said.
The review assessed that 30% of existing positions in the UK were conceivably at a high danger of mechanization, contrasted and 38% in the US, 35% in Germany and 21% in Japan.
John Hawksworth, boss business analyst at PwC, let the BBC know that "more manual, routine positions" which "can adequately be customized" were the most in danger.
"Occupations where you have to a greater degree a human touch, similar to wellbeing and instruction," would be more secure, he said.
The utilization of robots in the working environment is ascending with laborers in certain areas previously looking up to the possible difficulties.
"You would already be able to see on the rail routes that this load of strikes are not disconnected to the move towards driverless trains," Mr Hawksworth said.
Later on, transporters may "work share" with a self-driving truck, albeit even that may at last be under danger, he said.
"Eventually, individuals must be more versatile," he added.
The public authority should assist by furnishing lower-expertise laborers with more preparing in the following 10 to 20 years, the report said.
In any case, it additionally presumed that increases in usefulness from robots and Man-made brainpower (artificial intelligence) would support the economy.
"In numerous ways computerization is something worth being thankful for. It will help efficiency, a major issue for the UK as of late, and increment salaries... which will expand interest for human positions in different regions," Mr Hawksworth said.
The UK is close to record-low degrees of joblessness thus re-appropriating more dull undertakings to robots could let loose individuals to accomplish more important work, the report found.
Which occupations are most in danger?
Transportation and capacity - 56% of occupations at high danger from computerization
Assembling - 46%
Discount and retail exchange - 44%
Managerial and support administrations - 37%
Monetary and protection - 32%
Proficient, logical and specialized - 26%
Development - 24%
Expressions and diversion - 22%
Horticulture, ranger service and fishing - 19%
Human wellbeing and social work - 17%
Instruction - 9%