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Getting Ready for a Post-Work Future
Foresight and STI Governance
M ainstream policy and scientific debates on the future of labor markets are dominated by the "next job title" approach. We propose changing this framework by examining the plausibility of a future vision that eliminates the needs for jobs as such. The article describes major drivers pushing toward a post-work future that are already underway, such as the rise of automation and artificial intelligence, shifts in individual values, and blurring the line between daily life activities. There aredoi:10.17323/2500-2597.2019.1.19.30 fatcat:pdcwhme6l5f3zn3tkvfyye4x6u