The future of work apparently means 60 years of employment

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Stanford Professor Laura Carstensen joins The News with Shepard Smith to report on the future of work, when people will almost certainly work longer than we do today.

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In This Story: Future of Work

Since the Industrial Revolution, the Future of Work has been a topic which has consumed many thinkers; latterly, since the mid-late 2000s, this subject has intensified, as the world moves to an increasingly global, digital economy.

Some recurring themes include employment versus contracting – the Gig Economy – as exemplified by companies like Uber; flexible working hours; and Working From Home (WFH), a concept which gathered pace rapidly during the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic of 2020 and beyond.

Such topics are broadly described as “Future of Work”.

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