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But the ‘information age’ of the ‘third industrial revolution’ has so far not really led to massive job creation. On the positive side of trabzjo book, Rifkin has obviously done a very thorough job researching employment throughout the century, various periods, etc.

The author also advocates on a growing share of third sector activities and non-lucrative occupations as a healthy and a valid alternative to the future when finding a job will be harder or even impossible.

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Trivia About The End of Work. Lists with This Book. This ‘third industrial revolution’ seems to be powered by the displacement of workers and loss of jobs.

May 18, JP rated it liked it. He also makes a decent case for a negative income tax for certain low incomes, which lihro my opinion, beats the alternatives he and others propose.


He briefly mentions one of the major problems I have with philanthropy – that the wealthy then dictate the direction of society but fails to come back to it.

One of the first and best books so far on the complete redesign of our working environment.

Or that the increase in goods does make life – from a basic needs standpoint – easier. Just if you might be interested. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. The to-the-present part was kind of funny. There is so much Rifkin could have done with this book, but didn’t.

Jeremy Rifkin argues that we are entering a new phase in history – one characterized by the steady and inevitable decline of jobs. Oct 30, Kjell Hansen rated it really liked it.

Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. It is filled with statistics that highlight the great economic transformation that was and is occurring at the expense of the mass labor market.

All the while, net productivity continues to rise. In the currently somewhat realistic scenario, sooner or later not drl 7, but sometime 9, 10, 12 billion people will be excluded from an antiquated, outmoded economic system. The traditional sectors of the economy agriculture, manufacturing, and service no longer provide needs for full employment.

Covers a good summary of automation and the industrial revolution.

The Third Industrial Revolution

Rifkin must have had some very busy researchers on this one. The annual budget deficit declined and there was even a surplus for the first time in almost a half century. The End of Work: Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. They’re just so amazing, it’s like social capital, everyone pitching in and helping each other, amazing, eel, amazing!

El Fin Del Trabajo by Jeremy Rifkin

So much for that. When Rifkin wrote The End of Work in the 90s, the risks of automation were looming. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Besides Martin Ford’s “The Lights in the Ep which I’d read a year or two earlier, I honestly had no idea that there were other books on the subject.

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The Industrial Revolution, powered by oil and other fossil fuels, is spiraling into a dangerous endgame. The road to a near-workerless economy is within sight.

Libro: The Third Industrial Revolution – – Rifkin, Jeremy – · Marcial Pons Librero

There is the one option, as in France, of drastically reducing weekly working hours and thus creating more jobs, until the ratio of a weekend to working time has reversed, allowing every rifmin to enjoy a share of wealth.

I plan to read more of Rifkin’s work soon. He hints at it a bit, but he does not see that with each economic downturn and rise in unemployment, society has created a better secondary net.

He sees this headed in one of two directions: Moreover, alternative economic models, which are based on specially created social currencies, hold potential in themselves.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Incidentally, it helped me discovered that there was a Wikipedia page on Techn A dek weeks ago, I serendipitously found this title staring out of the shelf at me in Value Village while I was looking for a Halloween costume accessory. difkin

Ok, so the review:

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