The Future Of Work – Jacob Morgan

http://thebreakthrough.org/index.php/voices/michael-lind/why-economists-dont-get-technology

It is time for a whole new view of what the future of work should be. The video below has some great ideas and concepts.

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  1. I see discussion about Technological Unemployment, work, redistribution, The Rich, The 1%, taxes, political lobbying and basic income everywhere.

    I do not see this conceivably translate to political implications, not in decades. Politicians will play limp idiot for a long time before they even start *mentgioning* basic income.

  2. The politics is something that the collective have to cover. It will not be magical process and neither will it be easy. We have to change the paradigm of what work will be in the future and as a society how much of work is going to be part of our life.

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