Editor’s note: I’m getting increasingly interested in the future of work and how jobs are changing and the knock-on effect this will have on economies and ultimately society. This might seem like a slightly left-field line of inquiry for L&D. But is it? L&D needs to be thinking about how jobs are changing. And maybe we also need to call out jobs that aren’t required, as anthropology professor David Graeber suggests.
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