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Louise Tarrant argues less work is not weakness, but a sign of prosperity and a necessity to the coming automation.
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What would it take to adopt a basic income? Frank Stilwell, a Professor Emeritus in Political Economy at the University of Sydney, explains the pros and cons.
Let's not let the prospect of a little free money stop us from pursuing more progressive regulations and reforms.
Some companies have set up a progressive program to help their employees pay off their student loans, offering up to $10,000 in assistance over the course of employment.
It’s time we acknowledge that the 8-hour day isn’t going to work anymore. We need to stop talking about creating more jobs and start talking about shortening the work week.
It's not just the dope suits. A review says leadership plays a huge role at both the agency level and executive branch.
People like Thomas More, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt, and Bertrand Russell have already had many of the arguments we're having about basic income today. Dr. Elise Klein wants to point out the...
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It's time we talked about working less. While some argue that we shorten the working week, others favor cutting out pointless, time-filler jobs altogether.