One distinction about the future of work

From a Slashdot summary:

Princeton economist Alan Blinder argues that the crucial distinction in the emerging labor market is not between those with more or less education, but between those whose services can be delivered over a wire and those who must do their work in person or on site.

I tend to think that given the way things are going, this could be pretty true.  However, I don’t necessarily think that should or has to be the case.  But it’s an interesting way to think about it.

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