Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Stanley Aronowitz and William DiFazio.|
|LC Classifications||HD6331.2.U5 A76 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 392 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||392|
|ISBN 10||0816621934, 0816621942|
|LC Control Number||94014102|
Our Jobless Future book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Tword essay summarises (and to some extent, updates) the arg /5. Fifteen years ago, we published The Jobless Future in the aftermath of what had popularly been termed the Bush Recession of We were not inclined to blame the recession on any specific policies of the first Bush administration. A Book Review of THE JOBLESS FUTURE By Stanley Aronowitz & William DiFazio University of Minnesota Press, Reviewed by Michael Stack / CPSR This book ain't about no pork-chop. It's serious stuff. The authors contend jobs work as we know it is going away. They cite the tendency of new jobs to be part-time and/or temporary, and often at. The Jobless Future of Abundance. Efe Nakpodia. Follow. Sep 6,
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The Jobless Future as a sequel to his tome, Science as Power. Science and labor meet in the modern job market: technology is proving so wondrous that machines are replacing living workers, and idleness is now becoming. High technology will destroy more jobs than it grim prediction was first published in the edition of The Jobless Future, an eerily accurate title that could have been written for today's dismal economic updated and with a new introduction by Stanley Aronowitz and William DiFazio, The Jobless Future warns that jobs as we know them-long-term, with benefits-are an. Stanley Aronowitz and William DiFazio wrote a pretty gloomy book in with the striking title, The Jobless Future. Here is a Harvard Educational Review discussion of the book (link). What is most discomforting in reading the book today is the degree to which the factors they identify seem to be today's headlines. What does jobless mean here? The Future Jobs Fund ran for little more than a year before the Tories turned it into a election weapon. David Cameron abolished it with a flourish; he said it was “expensive, badly.