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Universal Basic Income

Universal Basic Income

If the definition of real work changes, with the real benefits of automation and technology (like the Universal Basic Income) providing us the Utopia that is long-promised, then we may start to do work that is meaningful.

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Capitalism ensures only if we generate money can the work we do have any real, measurable value. Education systems prepare us to be the pawns of the employment sector.
Such work can start to appear pointless to a lot of people.

Economists have been long worried that automation will take away our jobs. As old kinds of jobs disappear due to technology and automation, new kinds of work started emerging.
The rising cases of stress and burnout due to more hours of work is contrary to what should have happened due to autom...

The meaning of life is to make this world a little nicer, more beautiful and maybe more interesting, mainly through what we do.

A growing number of workers are increasingly dissatisfied and underwhelmed with their seemingly fancy job profiles as bankers, tax-advisors, and all the garden variety managers, whose job is to add to the bottom line of a company.

These kinds of jobs don't add value to the world and s...

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Since the 16th-century Protestant Reformation spawned the work ethic, many believe that the job gives meaning, purpose, and structure to their lives. More than 50 percent of American workers today “get a sense of identity” from their job.

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Our culture claims that work is unavoidable and natural. The idea that the world can be freed from work, wholly or in part, has been suppressed for as long as capitalism has existed.

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