|recommend book⇒The End of Work|
|Rifkin traces the trends doing more with fewer people and ever increasing unemployment. Eventually machines will even undercut even the 6 cent an hour third world labourers. We are moving toward corporations without any workers. Corporations and automation are creating immense wealth, but they are not doing anything to help share it, the exact opposite. They are creating a super elite and a super poor class.|
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