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Long, but some intersting snippets in this one.

Whether free or not, will be much more easily replaced if working for the excess profits/debts/ponzi housing scheme of the bankers and politicians.

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Even science is now in trouble. Researchers are asking for donations in public places. This is crazy. We need more taxation to support the R&D sector ASAP:

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Long, but some intersting snippets in this one.

Whether free or not, will be much more easily replaced if working for the excess profits/debts/ponzi housing scheme of the bankers and politicians.

thanks for posting, covered a lot of ground, interesting points.

Overall grim viewing re; job prospects, but it tried to offer solutions on energy at the end such as solar roads.

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PDF (72pp) -

The future of employment: how susceptible are jobs to computerisation?

This methodology is used to estimate the probability of computerisation for 702 detailed occupations, and examine expected impacts of future computerisation on US labour market outcomes.

http://www.eldis.org/go/home&id=65902&type=Document#.UqjGjeLIcm0

Chart on p37, table of probabilities (lowest to highest) p57. Tres interessant. And it has a little history of job-destroying tech in the intro.

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PDF (72pp) -

The future of employment: how susceptible are jobs to computerisation?

This methodology is used to estimate the probability of computerisation for 702 detailed occupations, and examine expected impacts of future computerisation on US labour market outcomes.

http://www.eldis.org/go/home&id=65902&type=Document#.UqjGjeLIcm0

Chart on p37, table of probabilities (lowest to highest) p57. Tres interessant. And it has a little history of job-destroying tech in the intro.

Looks like 2/3 of jobs likely candidates for the chop then.

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Looks like 2/3 of jobs likely candidates for the chop then.

Yep. Whatever happened to the blacksmith, the miller, the thatcher, the cobbler, the seamstress? Not to mention the groom, the butler, the parlourmaid, the stable lads?

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Yep. Whatever happened to the blacksmith, the miller, the thatcher, the cobbler, the seamstress? Not to mention the groom, the butler, the parlourmaid, the stable lads?

They're tapping away on t'intertubes. Economists are undecided on the productivity gains.

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There are a fair few on here who would gladly work for free as stunt c0cks.

But would they be prepared to work their way up the ladder from the "bottom" (Ba dum tsh).

What's the glass ceiling on this one? Anyone prepaired to comment?

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