The automation myth: Robots aren't taking your jobs- and that's the problem - Deepstash
The automation myth: Robots aren't taking your jobs- and that's the problem

The automation myth: Robots aren't taking your jobs- and that's the problem

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The Automation Myth

The Automation Myth

For decades, we have believed that automation and huge leaps in technology will take away most of our jobs and there will be widespread unemployment.

A new study shows that this belief is incorrect. Job growth and living standards have continued to rise on an average scale.

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Hours worked vs Income

Hours worked vs Income

The average working hours have declined only 6 percent, while income has increased at a decent rate per year.

The economy has actually grown even after automation, due to the addition of workers.

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The Solow Paradox

The Solow Paradox

The Solow Paradox suggests that automation and computerization aren't taking our jobs, but are adding to our overall workload, taking away our leisure time.

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Usefulness of Technology

Usefulness of Technology

Smartphones and the internet haven't provided a sharp increase in productivity, as compared to the other revolutionary inventions like Television, Air-conditioning or Jet Planes.

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