As the pace of technological advancements grows, just what jobs – if any – will we be doing in the …

As much as a consensus between futurists, philosophers, entrepreneurs and technologists is possible, there is bad news and good news regarding the jobs market 20 years hence. The bad news is that as many as 60 per cent of the jobs that exist now – ranging from blue collar to quite posh ones – will disappear. The good news is that virtual reality headsets will likely be very cheap indeed. Tania de Jong, a businesswoman who specialises is creating co-operative ventures for people at risk of marginalisation and organiser of the Creative Innovation 2016 conference, is not wholly convinced by the argument that market forces will head off mass joblessness. Photo: Wayne Taylor “I do think one maybe dystopian scenario is that people are going to spend a lot more time…


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