Business Of Garbage Disposal

FullSizeRender-18-11-16-15-11Good book on digital technology development. The author does not simply enumerate, but analyses the impact on American society in terms of job losses, which in turn will lead to a review of the principles of the economic system.
I'd like to point out some important points I've identified as a pencil.

In the United States, no jobs have been created in the first decade of this century.
In the post-war years, however, the increase in wages was equal to the productivity of the labour force, but in recent decades, all income remains with the owners. ♪
Work and income from it is the main mechanism for redistributing purchasing power, no wages, no income and no purchases.
As we recall, Henry Ford raised his wages to his workers so they could buy their products - cars.

1949, Norbert Winner writes an article that predicts the revolution of machines where the economic value of the worker is reduced to zero.
In the 1960s, a report on the three revolutions: technological (automatics and cybernetization), military ( atomic weapons) and human rights revolution was published in the United States.

It's been a few decades of "economic underground without creating new jobs."

There are several worse trends: wage stagnation, the decline in the proportion of the economically active population (the number of men has declined steadily since 1950), the lack of new jobs, the rapid increase in inequality (there is that everyone can succeed in the labour of illusion). The old example is that the financial tidal raises all the boats - and huge liners and duck barcas, too. A lot of graduates can't find jobs, not just their level, but also their level. There is also a polarization of the labour market, job opportunities for unskilled labour (but they are automated) and few places with large wages. Globalization and offshoring would initially attract workers from other countries and then lose space because of the further development of technologies.

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