dominique turcqpresident, boostzone institute
- boostzone institute
I agree largely and would complete by insisting on some of the new technologies that will actually create myriads of jobs opportunities, from neurosciences to, especially, biology. But, logically, it is easier to look at what might disappear than at what might appear.
I also believe changes in society will require more human contacts and therefore more proximity jobs.
If you are interested in the detailed view of my analysis, and if you read French :) , you can have a look at my last book on this subject : "Work in the post digital era", "Le travail à l'ère post digitale".