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My suggestion: learn how to fix and operate robots.
If they installed a robot next to me on an assembly line -- I'd be learning as much as I can about it and how to keep it running. Robots are only valuable if they are in working order.
Loss? Come on now.....LOSE. That right there is an example of why. The education system is letting people out of school that cannot even spell.
I hate to be "that guy", but it is really hard to take this thread seriously with such an error not only in the title, but through the whole thing.
reply to post by HanzHenry
No, they don't need 48 robot repair people -- I'm saying I'm going to be one of the two that does stay. Work hard and make yourself as valuable as you can be.
reply to post by WanderingThe3rd
Do you see the chance? You don't want to miss it. So your boss fires you all, and replaces you all with robots. the question is, do you have your robot to start producing your own goods, and forming a local economy with other small scale robot owners? (so no one buys from bosses company anymore) If you do, its the dawn of a cool new age. If you don't, well that's big trouble, as you say.
edit on 9-1-2014 by tridentblue because: (no reason given)