posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 04:04 PM
If there's too many people without the ability to create jobs (get loans --credit worthiness), and too few unskilled jobs needed due to
automation, this is what you get.
It's as if the system is designed to squeeze out those deemed unworthy of offering basic services, ie useless eaters, due to technological
We're going to have to find a solution for this. Maybe this is a (temporary) solution to yet an even larger problem --limitations of growth-- .
Also, if other countries have adopted the same changes in ways to go about measuring employment, then it's much higher than 200 million.