The end of work: the decline of the global labor force and the dawn of the post-market era
Jeremy Rifkin argues that we are entering a new phase in history - one characterized by the steady and inevitable decline of jobs. The world, says Rifkin, is fast polarizing into two potentially irreconcilable forces: on one side, an information elite that controls and manages the high-tech global economy; and on the other, the growing numbers displaced workers, who have few prospects and little hope for meaningful employment in an increasingly automated world.
The end of work could mean the demise of civilization as we have come to know it, or signal the beginning of a great social transformation and a rebirth of the human spirit.
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Review: The End of WorkUser Review - Luis Fonseca - Goodreads
One of the first and best books so far on the complete redesign of our working environment. Jeremy insights on how the world has evolved much faster than the systems and mindset that support our jobs ... Read full review
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Read this in Sociology 101 at a pivotal time. Fascinating and thought provoking. Read full review
The End of Work
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