Companies of the future will be like Apple or Google and make billions of dollars and employ very few workers compared to the manufacturing economy. Under capitalism what happens to the rest of the people.
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  1. funfreak

    It is the responsibility of every citizen to take advantage of educational opportunities and keep a rolling resume in the event their job goes away some day. It happens. The world evolves and sometimes progress deletes one industry and jump starts another. Or, it becomes more cost efficient to have some manual jobs done with computers or robots. 50 years ago we didn’t think about having personal computers and cell phones at our disposal and now technology is the driving force in our economy. You can’t expect that a product or commodity that is no longer efficient or useful will be around forever. How practical would it be for a personal assistant to still take dictation or use shorthand? That’s why it’s imperative that we encourage our kids to always improve, watch trends, save money, and stay current with their skills. Life isn’t fair and the world keeps on turning.

    August 13, 2016
    1. Munkyman

      I don’t think I could have said it any better… or as well.

      August 13, 2016
  2. SEC

    You are asking the same question that has been asked each time a major technological shift has occurred in the way things are made or done.

    August 13, 2016
  3. miadonnithorne

    Nothing in this is unfair, the economy revolves around the same rule, do what in which you are best. The opportunities are available; custom writing services praised the skills. I do not think that talented people gone waste, or remain unemployed. If you do not have, the successful industry to employee creates a one.

    October 30, 2016