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First up at #EmTechNEXT is @davidautor, an economist at @MIT who has extensively studied the connection between jobs and technology. He’s talking about work of the future and work of the past. He’s more about David:  https://trib.al/yqoeRHL 

And here’s some of our newest reporting on the future of work:  https://trib.al/nTl8zwB 

Here:  https://trib.al/UnHrdsl 

And here:  https://trib.al/W4VUDIp 

From 1970 to today, the "occupational escalator" for non-college workers has disappeared, says @davidautor. #EmTechNEXT

It doesn't get better for wages for non-college workers. #EmTechNEXT

"As this process has occurred, cities have become highly, highly educated" -@davidautor

... while rural areas have become much older and less dynamic 🤔 #EmTechNEXT

And he ended with this. Thanks @davidautor, that was fascinating. #EmTechNEXT


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