In this setting magpies and mammoths have been domesticated for hundreds of millennia, allowing them to become far more diligent and trainable than dogs by a wide margin.
The mammoths come in full sized and dwarf breeds, and the magpies similarly come in breeds from wild magpie up to raven sized.
Both these species have become smarter, but not dramatically so. They do come off as much more intelligent however, as they have very good memory, can learn huge numbers of words, and are all incredibly attentive to body language like Clever Hans.
The animals are also more dextrous than their wild counterparts when manipulating objects, but not up to a point that would require major physical changes.
For reference the magpies capacity for rote memorization is such that it has allowed the construction of an entire bird based internet. So many jobs that requires minimal intelligence and no manual dexterity will be replaced.
What I can't predict however is exactly which tasks are and aren't limited to humans by virtue of the required dexterity.
For instance mass manufacturing of some goods like pottery is extremely old, but I don't know how much finesse a pottery wheel requires.
Given these mammoths and magpies physical and cognitive limitations, what physical labor would still be limited to people?
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