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The End of Work by Jeremy Rifkin

It is not a problem for just one nation; it is a problem for all nations. Until the world will face that simple fact – we are in for some very fun times indeed.

He foresaw a world of equality, leisure, and fulfillment that we could actualize through little more than a change in attitudes about wealth and employment. Rifkin’s vision is already gaining traction in the international community. Zusammenfassend ein angenehm leicht zu lesendes Buch, um sich mit dem Thema vertraut zu machen. Books by Jeremy Rifkin. The author gives a jerdmy historical background to bring the reader up to the current era. English Trabsjo a language for shopping. Viele seiner Prognosen haben sich leider bewahrheitet.

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. It is often argued that new technologies will stimulate products and services not yet even imagined now to provide new opportunities for millions.

El Fin Del Trabajo by Jeremy Rifkin

He believed at the time that we were only librl the tip of the iceberg. Here, Jeremy Rifkin explores how Internet technology and renewable energy are merging to create a powerful “Third Industrial Revolution. Rifkin’s ideological ancestors many thousands of years ago certainly complained that the trahajo of the wheel increased unemployment, much like Obama blamed ATMs for displacing jobs for bank employees.


The United States had experienced a recession at the end of the George H.

New positions in the knowledge sector make up an elite group of entrepreneurs, scientists, engineers, computer programmers, technical educators, and consultants. What fact has been clouded by fiscal policy and government cash infusions to prop up consumer spending and keep the economy on a somewhat even keel is that employees are needed less and are being paid less, which reduce the ability of consumers to buy products, which eventually will hurt these producing companies.

He sees this headed in one of two directions: Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Whether that road leads to a safe haven or a terrible abyss will depend on how well civilization prepares for the post-market era that will follow on the heels of the Third Industrial Revolution.

CEOs are paid enormous salaries, shareholders are being taken care of, but who is taking care of the workers who have been downsized, or if they still are working, are being stressed to the maximum by companies who have designed ways to produce more with less people.

La era del acceso Rifkin, Jeremy. Just if you might be interested. I am halfway through this book, and although the author has briefly suggested ways to structure societies so that we do not turn into a nation or world of welfare cases, I will reserve that information until I finish reading.

The European Union Parliament has issued a formal declaration calling for its jereny, and other nations in Asia, Africa, and the Americas, are quickly preparing their own initiatives for transitioning into the new economic paradigm.


The author Jeremy Rifkin emphasizes that we are at a crossroad and that transition to the new era will depend on much thoughtful planning willingness to accept change. Furthermore, even large numbers of white collar workers were becoming redundant, their jobs being taken over by artificial intelligence AI.

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The world, says Rifkin, is fast polarizing into two potentially irreconcilable forces: It’s good to be prepared for the future though, not survivalist style, but in the sense of having a greater context in which to look at your life and see if what you’re doing with it now constitutes an informed choice. It was always about workin The ever faster pace of automation will sooner or later collide with the steady growth of the world’s population.

Bush administration, but early in the Clinton administration the economy began to recover. But jermey the most part, rifin book feels very relevant. When Rifkin wrote The End of Work in the 90s, the risks of automation were looming.

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The End of Work

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