Going through this list it brought to mind some other occupations that are on the endangered job list.
The other day I had to actually go into my bank for the first time in month's to make some unusual transactions. I rarely actually go into my bank anymore with the ease of online banking making things so much more convenient.
To my surprise my branch no longer has tellers to help patrons preform transactions. In all the windows where the teller would normally have stood, now have machines which look like glorified ATM's to me.
The machines are set up to allow the patron to do any transaction he/she would normally do with a human. Of course the bank still has one human nearby for technical issues that may arise standing close by for now, much the same way supermarkets have at the self check-out lanes in use today. Just one person who watches several self serving customers.
All that is required is any type of card that identifies you and carries your identification information with it. It doesn't have to be your bank card, just something associated with your name embedded in the magnetic strip on the back of the card. A credit card, a drivers license, etc. etc. will do.
Of course there are still humans available if you're interested in a loan or have some other form of banking that requires a human touch for now, but it looks like the job of "bank teller" is on it's way out.
I guess it will be another paradoxical point for our technological advancement that hurts humanity in the short term.