Up until the 16th Century, the concept of jobs was an alien one. Most folks worked for the agrarian economy and bartered goods for skills they had. It was the rise of the industrial era that gave birth to the idea of jobs. Now, 400 years later that notion will be challenged again. (1758 words)
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