What happens after America graduates from high school?
Millions of students earned their high school diplomas this month. And as the caps and gowns are packed away, another generation will begin to look toward their careers. Most will spend some time in post-secondary education, but the majority will not earn a four-year degree. So even at this time of celebration, many graduates are worried. They hear technology is killing jobs. Even if you can find work today, who knows if it will be around for a full career?
What if these grads found out that a quarter of all of the jobs they know today will disappear in their lifetimes?
On the one hand, it could be cataclysmic to millions of displaced workers. How would we cope?