The jobs that are going wanting are in the trades bc we’ve been convinced that everyone must go to college. Plumbers, welders and electricians are in short supply but truck drivers, retail and restaurant workers as well as paper shufflers are in great danger. “Work” is obsolete. https://t.co/6nue9w6aV6
— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) May 6, 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