America’s farmers became workers in the exploding manufacturing economy which was able to absorb millions. In 2021, there is no equivalent sector that is creating that many jobs. At the end of 2020, Alphabet (Google’s parent company) had 135,301 full-time employees. https://t.co/X6UpzQYjVk
— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) April 16, 2021
Our most common jobs are also at the highest risk of automation: drivers, food workers, retail, manufacturing, construction, EAs.
It’s not a coincidence. That’s a lot of ‘overhead’ to save with technology.#UBI helps Canadians transition through the 4th industrial revolution.
— UBI Works 🇨🇦🧢 (@ubi_works) April 14, 2021
916,000 jobs were added in March. Women accounted for an overwhelming majority of newly employed workers. @POTUS and I called the mass exodus of women from the workforce a national emergency that demands a national solution. With these numbers, we know our response is working.
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) April 5, 2021