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Post-work: the radical idea of a world without jobs

An obsession with employability runs through education. Even severely disabled welfare claimants are required to be work-seekers. Corporate superstars show off their epic work schedules. “Hard-working families” are idealised by politicians. Friends pitch each other business ideas. Tech companies persuade their employees that round-the-clock work is play. Gig economy companies claim that round-the-clock work is freedom. Workers commute further, strike less, retire later. Digital technology lets work invade leisure.

Just read that article and get dizzy thinking since when did we go enough nuts to make work the very center of our lives: it's our means and our ends, both how we get to live and why we do it.