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«Ultimately, in-game labour is just a re-branding of gameplay designed to be dull enough that rich players will pay to outsource it to poor players.»
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Industrial robots do reduce jobs and wages — especially for workers in the automotive industry and certain parts of the country.
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The employment landscape is constantly shifting. While agricultural jobs played a big role in the 19th century, a large portion of U
«Wind turbine service technicians have the fastest growth rate, with solar photovoltaic (solar panel) installers taking the third slot.»
Everyone thinks automation will take all our jobs. The evidence disagrees.
A bullshit job is a job which is so pointless that even the person doing the job secretly believes that it shouldn’t exist. And there are more now than ever.
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Ryan Avent reckons that our jobs have become prisons from which we don’t want to escape
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