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 GFUTURE OF WORK
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Challenges and possibilities of the future of work
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future of work; college in US und Germany; technologies wie AI, AR, VR; Utopia & Dystopia, das Buch ‘Brave New World’

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GFUTURE OF WORK of work Challenges and possibilities of the future of work CHALLENGES POSSIBILITIES digitalisation difficult to deal with for the . first time • many just want to make money but could .not be suitable for the job (teacher., doctor). too many choices you can't decide lots of competition. the higher the education the more chances one gets on the market unfair. traditional jobs get less. popular. • Less factory jobs & more office .jobs. offices opportunity to seperate work life, and private life. home office not possible. for everyone opportunity for social •more concentration, because Private stuff stays at home. the office is absolete"-yes CONTRA: digitalisation ↳ you can work from everywhere. home office 4working and traveling at the •Same. Eme. Git is easier to communicate with people all over the world •everyone is given the chance to find a job-many choices to. • find the right one. gender equality more mens. staying home and looking. after children. ↳ Stereotypes. •that women are weak or no? PRO C many interruptions through colleagnes. 7 takes time to get there negative working atmosphere many workers have proven. that you don't need to be in. the office to be effective • mare, flexibility and freetime. challenges women face in the context of their working lires equal pay • men often don't respect women •"women have to take care of the family and household!" • career opportunities →not the same access to high, jobs as men • there are more men role models/bosses than women • Children and career → job security. • sexual harassment. David Lee's...

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recommendation HED TACK). chal ces •we need to change the nature of work and create human-centred jobs. jobs need to be more focused on skills work needs to be more meaningful people need to become creators/inventors •we need to bring more humanity, into our working C ures •"people need to bring their saturday seives to work on a wednesday". D the robots! any jobs we dislike (usually the boring, repetitive tasks, Gh any job with a standardised procedures requiring. single tasks Is college worth the time and money? -US- PRO it's a protection against. underemployment. •on averege. the college helps in the job market Americans born into. middle-class families earn good money. - Germany - opportunity to work in specific job college degree required •academics are least likely to be affected by unemployment chance to get promoted support from the government Low university prices. CONTRA young people and their familys. pay a lot of money, because. they believe that college will. help them in the job market Americans, born into poverty,. earn less money. ↳students from poor backgrounds. have less access to high income jobs class and race play & role a lot of poverty, because of the bad education oversluppy college graduates earn no move than does, the average high school graduate no guarante for success+ security. • • takes a lot of time (Bachelort Master) •no practical experiences • Late entry into working world Technologies that change society • Al Artifical Intelligence • Simulation of human intelligence in machines. • used in. industries endless. possibilities • benefical to everyday lives. •• eg: personal assistants, video games, self-driving cars AR Augmented Reality. it can replace the real world with digital .abjects. an image is superimposed on the newer's, world eg: apps (Pokeman,.movies,.commercials, education, medicine VR: Virtual Reality. simulated environments, sometimes related to real world. you can interact with the 360-degree virtual. world. in settings •eg: gaming., tourism, education critic replacing humain work no! privacy, cal questions raise. ethical extract data • change a persons perception of the real world. Utopia/ Dystopia UTOPIA: • vision of a perfect world, and system. • no wars, no deseases, .no. inequality. • life in freedom. • unlimited possibilities •ideal societies • Al becoming helpail • a safe environment access to education, -healthcare employment. 7 . DYSTOPIA vision of a world of suffering and oppression •wars poverty: • controlling states +systems. no privacy, no freedom overpopulation environmental. •pollution, consumerism. •human work fully replaced by Al His often a utopia gone wrong DI 9 = -rather a dystopia :: missuse of drugs -no freedomt free will controlling system → manipulate genetic engineering. classification, in groups (Alghas, Belas, Gammas, Deltas, Epsilons). people. share a common belief - Unkage to "Brave New World". ľ no no emotional bonding Identity, given by birth. people stick to their roles. ● ♥ 。 • :

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GFUTURE OF WORK of work Challenges and possibilities of the future of work CHALLENGES POSSIBILITIES digitalisation difficult to deal with for the . first time • many just want to make money but could .not be suitable for the job (teacher., doctor). too many choices you can't decide lots of competition. the higher the education the more chances one gets on the market unfair. traditional jobs get less. popular. • Less factory jobs & more office .jobs. offices opportunity to seperate work life, and private life. home office not possible. for everyone opportunity for social •more concentration, because Private stuff stays at home. the office is absolete"-yes CONTRA: digitalisation ↳ you can work from everywhere. home office 4working and traveling at the •Same. Eme. Git is easier to communicate with people all over the world •everyone is given the chance to find a job-many choices to. • find the right one. gender equality more mens. staying home and looking. after children. ↳ Stereotypes. •that women are weak or no? PRO C many interruptions through colleagnes. 7 takes time to get there negative working atmosphere many workers have proven. that you don't need to be in. the office to be effective • mare, flexibility and freetime. challenges women face in the context of their working lires equal pay • men often don't respect women •"women have to take care of the family and household!" • career opportunities →not the same access to high, jobs as men • there are more men role models/bosses than women • Children and career → job security. • sexual harassment. David Lee's...

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recommendation HED TACK). chal ces •we need to change the nature of work and create human-centred jobs. jobs need to be more focused on skills work needs to be more meaningful people need to become creators/inventors •we need to bring more humanity, into our working C ures •"people need to bring their saturday seives to work on a wednesday". D the robots! any jobs we dislike (usually the boring, repetitive tasks, Gh any job with a standardised procedures requiring. single tasks Is college worth the time and money? -US- PRO it's a protection against. underemployment. •on averege. the college helps in the job market Americans born into. middle-class families earn good money. - Germany - opportunity to work in specific job college degree required •academics are least likely to be affected by unemployment chance to get promoted support from the government Low university prices. CONTRA young people and their familys. pay a lot of money, because. they believe that college will. help them in the job market Americans, born into poverty,. earn less money. ↳students from poor backgrounds. have less access to high income jobs class and race play & role a lot of poverty, because of the bad education oversluppy college graduates earn no move than does, the average high school graduate no guarante for success+ security. • • takes a lot of time (Bachelort Master) •no practical experiences • Late entry into working world Technologies that change society • Al Artifical Intelligence • Simulation of human intelligence in machines. • used in. industries endless. possibilities • benefical to everyday lives. •• eg: personal assistants, video games, self-driving cars AR Augmented Reality. it can replace the real world with digital .abjects. an image is superimposed on the newer's, world eg: apps (Pokeman,.movies,.commercials, education, medicine VR: Virtual Reality. simulated environments, sometimes related to real world. you can interact with the 360-degree virtual. world. in settings •eg: gaming., tourism, education critic replacing humain work no! privacy, cal questions raise. ethical extract data • change a persons perception of the real world. Utopia/ Dystopia UTOPIA: • vision of a perfect world, and system. • no wars, no deseases, .no. inequality. • life in freedom. • unlimited possibilities •ideal societies • Al becoming helpail • a safe environment access to education, -healthcare employment. 7 . DYSTOPIA vision of a world of suffering and oppression •wars poverty: • controlling states +systems. no privacy, no freedom overpopulation environmental. •pollution, consumerism. •human work fully replaced by Al His often a utopia gone wrong DI 9 = -rather a dystopia :: missuse of drugs -no freedomt free will controlling system → manipulate genetic engineering. classification, in groups (Alghas, Belas, Gammas, Deltas, Epsilons). people. share a common belief - Unkage to "Brave New World". ľ no no emotional bonding Identity, given by birth. people stick to their roles. ● ♥ 。 • :