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Is employment sustainable? How all of this will work?

by /u/jihadlover · 2 votes · 3 months ago

We have lots of immigrants in our country doing most of the labor work. Lots of job positions 'just because'. Population increases. This is really strange, I curious if it's the same in other countries. There is not much work for you to do. So the unemployment pay rises. Government creates additional useless job positions or receive some government benefits because there is nothing for them to do.

What will be the outcome of this? Is universal income inevitable? People say it makes others less creative and less motivated to try and have a good work results, if they aren't required to, but is it really the case? I think of myself as mostly capitalist, it's about moving assets from one place to another, but this cant be done forever and with everyone? Can it?

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/u/AutoModerator M Yuck Fou · 1 votes · 3 months ago (Pinned post) · Link

Curiosity killed the Cat

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/u/AutoModerator M Yuck Fou · 1 votes · 3 months ago (Pinned post) · Link

Curiosity killed the Cat

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/u/BellaStar · 2 votes · 3 months ago · Link

It's the same situation in most 'developed' countries, or even countries that are significantly more developed than those neighboring them (Nigeria and South Africa both have large immigrant populations for example). Universal basic income will probably become necessary once large proportions of work become automated (which we're already starting to see with Amazon grocery stores for example), but whether it'll be in any of our lifetimes or not is another thing entirely...