A few things:
- I doubt anyone grows up wanting to be a bureaucrat.
- That honor is probably conferred on them when they realize Uber doesn’t earn much [$3–4 per hour] and other employers are so hard to work for and for such a low wage that a bureaucrat’s job is a dream job to make money to pay for a family.
- So what you want is the death of bureaucracy, not bureaucrats.
- I hope.
- Further, can we please create a culture which would make decent, living-wage jobs for the bureaucrats displaced by blockchain?
- I know you’re all in on blockchain, but how about actual humans?
- It isn’t as sexy to say: blockchain is going to disrupt major employers — let’s figure out how to help the unemployed find meaningful jobs.
- The same goes for every AI, Machine Learning, Etc. wet dream article about disrupting employment.
- Okay, so I’d like to see car dealerships go. Anyone who chooses to be a car dealer, in my mind, has some social problems which are only helped by encouraging them to find more humbling employment.
- I take that back. Let’s find them good jobs, too, just ones which don’t injure innocent people, and let’s wipe that sector out completely.
- People of privilege and shareholders love to cut costs in employment. Working-class people fear it. I wonder why?
- Why are most of the people of privilege white Americans?
Just asserting my 2 cents.
Won’t be much of a happy world to live in with so many people jobless.