'A victim of technological unemployment...', is the least apt suggestion I'll give (couldn't find one word, my apologies).
Technological unemployment is the loss of jobs caused by technological change. Such change typically includes the introduction of labour-saving
"mechanical-muscle" machines or more
efficient "mechanical-mind" processes
-Just as horses employed as prime movers were gradually made
obsolete by the automobile.
-Historical examples include artisan weavers reduced to poverty after the
introduction of mechanised looms.
-A contemporary example of
technological unemployment is the
displacement of retail cashiers by self- service tills.
phrase "technological unemployment" was popularised by John Maynard Keynes in the 1930s.
Dictionary.com also defines it as:
Noun: unemployment caused by
technological changes or new
methods of production in an
industry or business.
Blue-Collar Bill, a [victim of technological unemployment ] , is searching for a new job now.
I didnot answer structural unemployment because it has 'not only technological' but a wide-range of factors causing unemployment (now that I see).
Technological unemployment is a form of structural unemployment
wherein the structure of the economy
changes with the shifts in demand for
manpower due to the introduction of
new machinery, time-saving technology
and improved methods of production.