The survey, performed by Morning Consult and commissioned by Amazon, found a majority of those job seekers want to move into new industries to stay relevant.
COVID-19 may strengthen the case for universal basic income, or an idea like it.
The pandemic has given us an early glimpse at how truly disruptive the fourth industrial revolution may be, and the measures we'll need to support human dignity.
Continuing the countdown, Big Think's seventh most popular video of 2019 explains why universal basic income will hurt the 99%, and make the 1% even richer.
The 2020 presidential candidate said companies like Amazon should "pay their fair share" as automation begins to displace human workers.
Tax megacorps like Amazon to fund universal basic income, says 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang.
In Australia, the idea of a universal basic income has floated in and out of our political arena for years, but remains only that, an idea.
What did Nikola Tesla or Bertrand Russell think of fewer working hours? Can a good life only come from work — and if so how much of it, and what kind?
Universal Basic Income an expensive system to be sure, but social justice commentator Eva Cox argues that the societal returns will be worth the investment.
A universal basic income (UBI) policy could change how we evaluate the meaning and quality of work in our society.
Let's not let the prospect of a little free money stop us from pursuing more progressive regulations and reforms.
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 conversations we’re having around Universal Basic Income (UBI) aren’t new. Great leaders and thinkers Thomas Paine, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt, and Tony Atkinson have already had many of the arguments surrounding UBI, today. Its history bears repeating.
Elon Musk shared his thoughts on the future of jobs and the government's role in a rapidly changing society.
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.