In the next decade, driverless trucks are likely to become commonplace. Robots will replace drivers. We know that this is coming. Hundreds of thousands of jobs are likely going to be lost to this source alone in the next decade.
But we don't care. Transportation is one of the bigger sectors of the male workforce. They are being thrown on the junk heap, and we all know it -- we just avert our eyes and pretend it doesn't matter, nothing we can do anything about. Because they're men, we don't give a rat's ass.
More fodder for the opioid crisis.
We're in the business of creating jobs for girls, even to the extent of encouraging a sexual pogrom in the administrative cadres of our society. Men are having their prospects taken from them because the positions they are aiming at are being reserved for women. The men don't even know it. Merit, one way or the other, has nothing to do with it. More and more, it has to do with finding the best woman (or minority) for the job.
Well ... women want their half of the jobs, and they take their half exclusively from the clean, safe, well-paying, indoor jobs. We, as a society, aren't so worried about integrating garbage pickup and sewer maintenance. We'll just give the girls more of the safe, indoor, well-paying jobs to compensate them for protecting them from that fate.
Isn't that what Justin is saying? He wants more fodder for the opioid crisis?
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Oh, you mean he does have a plan for this?? Or the opioid crisis either?
Or is he too busy lying his way out of his India flopperoo? :roll:
I honestly dont know what you are saying.
You seem ignorant to the facts on the ground that business is changing and jobs are too. Pretty soon jobs will look entirely diffferent than what we see today.
We are in a thread that started with the premise of automated tellers being instituted and then you show up about opiods?
Do all truck drivers turn to addicts the moment they get let go or just the ones you know, or is it somewhere near the low single digits that turn that way?
But since youre here, perhaps we should focus more on alcohol abuse, since we know that costs us far far more than any opiod or cannabis use does.
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