The Future of Something Like Work
The end of work, post-work, universal basic income—and a more hopeful frame than these.
Economists, guilt-ridden Silicon Valley inventors and investors, and others have been looking at the future of work. One possible conclusion? That it’s going away. We don’t think that’s quite right—and we don’t think it would be good if it did. Not exactly, anyway.
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