By 2030 All workers in the world can become freelancers: Not a utopia


Posted May 10, 2022 by michaelfox

In the age of humans, working with payroll and surviving in harsh conditions was a priority. Therefore, the payroll system was preferred, which provides job opportunities and was the safest way to a stable life.

 
The robots taking over with their muscle power or repetitive desk jobs create a more free and alternative working ecosystem for humanity. In the coming years, when humanoid robots are expected to be used extensively in the manufacturing and service sectors, it would be a rather pessimistic approach to say that only competition awaits humans.

It is not difficult to see that people feel the wind of change very strongly. In 2020, 65% of adults in Britain wanted to start their own business according to startup statistics. According to startup statistics for 2021, January 2020 experienced the highest number of searches for how to start a business. (Source: Micro Biz Mag) Startup statistics for the US tell us that 43% of their workforce is likely to be freelance by the end of the year. (Source: Fresh Books)

Mr. Hectorius Koch, CEO at Hectorius Inc., an expert in Robotics and Angel Investor says: "By 2030, we predict that humanoid robots will aspire to human jobs in the manufacturing and service industries. Although there is a fear about human survival problems, as long as the resources are used wisely, it is possible to say that humanity will quickly climb to the top of Maslow's hierarchy of needs. Unless economic equality is achieved globally, employees may accelerate their initiatives to determine the price of their skills and expertise. My advice to the entrepreneurs is not only to devote their concentration on reaching capital but also to focus on holistic behavior of factors such as expertise, motivation, and belief in success."

A transformation awaits Homo Sapiens. Collaborative Economy, Green Economy, and Homo Deus concepts seem to continue to occupy the agenda in the coming years.
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Issued By Michael Fox
Country United States
Categories Engineering , Finance , Technology
Tags Robotics , Humanoid Robots , engineering
Last Updated May 10, 2022