http://www.foet.org/books/end-work.html Jeremy Rifkin's book is still being discussed 20 years after it was it was first published. The book has had its critics but there's no denying the nature of employment is changing and new marketable skills will be required of the future work force. I understand in the near term the building out of infrastructure for the internet of things (IoT) will require a lot of skilled labor and infrastructure in general also needs a lot of work, at least in the US. Beyond that I'm interested in what kinds of jobs people here in PF think will survive robotic automation, artificial intelligence (AI) and related technology in the coming years. Suggestions and reasons why?