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Hilarious! They should spend their time declaring Berlusconi ineligble and making sure he and his chums are in jail.

All his former underage girlfriends would have no problems finding work in the porn industry.

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"Working less so that more can work"

This is definitely the way to go (not necessarily exactly like their are planning to implement it in Italy, but the general idea), as there will never be enough jobs ofr everybody.

In fact introducing an unconditional citizen's wage is the only real long term solution, as that will make it far more viable for most people to work part-time.

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"Working less so that more can work"

This is definitely the way to go (not necessarily exactly like their are planning to implement it in Italy, but the general idea), as there will never be enough jobs ofr everybody.

In fact introducing an unconditional citizen's wage is the only real long term solution, as that will make it far more viable for most people to work part-time.

Yes; indeed ultimately so little work will need to be done by humans that once a living-wage citizen's income is established, much of said work will be able to be done entirely by volunteers, each gladly working just a couple of hours a week simply for something different to do with their time!

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Yes; indeed ultimately so little work will need to be done by humans that once a living-wage citizen's income is established, much of said work will be able to be done entirely by volunteers, each gladly working just a couple of hours a week simply for something different to do with their time!

In the ideal world. It does make sense.

My School Computer teacher said similar to above to me about this around 30 years ago, for the future in 20 years time (10 years ago)

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