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Post-Work: The Radical Idea of a World Without Jobs

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And yet work is not working, for ever more people, in ever more ways. We resist acknowledging these as more than isolated problems - such is work's centrality to our belief systems - but the evidence of its failures is all around us. As a source of subsistence, let alone prosperity, work is now insufficient for whole social classes. In the UK, almost two-thirds of those in poverty - around 8 million people - are in working households. In the US, the average wage has stagnated for half a century.

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