Keynes’ prediction never came to pass. We still work 40 hours a week on average. And toil harder than ever before. Those gains in productivity are real. But where did they go?
The Kiwi dollar is weaker after the US jobs data was posted earlier this month. An expected US slowdown doesn’t appear to be happening. Instead, the slowdown is happening here.
If you’re getting a nice cheque in the mail each month — enough to cover the basics — then what’s the rush in trying to find a job and be productive?
With a global job crunch coming, I urgently want to let you know why financial independence is such a worthwhile goal.
Looking for a job? Know someone who is? If so, you’re probably familiar with the tortuous application process that modern jobseekers endure.
It’s been almost a month since the shutdown began. As you’d expect, nobody’s happy with this scenario…Except me.
I’m not a technology nihilist. I don’t believe technology will rise up against us and thwart the human race. But tech of all shapes and sizes is pushing a lot of us out of jobs.
Perhaps you might think that you’re past this point in life…Your career is over…And you’re ready to put things on autopilot…But I think that would be a fatal mistake.
Process driven and highly repetitive jobs could disappear in your life time. It won’t all happen overnight. But in time, automation and robotics will take over a lot of these jobs.
I only have a limited view of what’s been going on over at Air NZ. Today we’ll relay what your fellow readers sent in. And you be the judge!
A Keynesian utopia of free leisure time before us! But not so fast…There’s one area of the economy not subject to the laws of competition.
Yamaha, big-time Japanese manufacturer, has just bought $12 million worth of shares in a tiny Tauranga-based start-up called Robotics Plus.
In the past week, the value of bitcoin has crumpled. It’s gone from $9,500 per coin to under $7,500 a coin in roughly five days. We’ll cover why the downturn occurred…
Not long ago, I ate dinner with a mate named Kevin. I asked him where he’d choose to live if he could live anywhere in the world. His answer might shock you…