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|Posté le: Jeu 9 Nov - 10:48 (2017) Sujet du message: The end of Silicon Valley ideology?
These two discoveries would not be so worrying if these widespread destructions allowed the middle classes to access higher-skilled jobs (level one, according to Autor). But this would not be the case, quite the opposite. Three economists from the University of British Columbia - Paul Beaudry, David Green and Ben Sand - all note that there is a general pressure on employability and a trend towards deskilling.
The jobs of tomorrow will not use the same people or same qualifications. For the time being, due to a lack of adapted skills, the unemployed middle classes move towards lower-skilled jobs, leading to stagnation in the payment of these positions. However at the same time, wages for these lower-skilled jobs are going down: in 2011, the median American salary was 10% lower and the following year, 10% of the population took home half of the country's income. Better education is needed to meet the need for these skills, so that the unemployed can exploit these new technologies and create their own job - this is one of the only proposals which economists can agree on.
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