Interesting post. You can read it in its entirety here: Nicholas C. Rossis Blog
I agree. And my thoughts on this.
There will be a segment of the population that will learn how to adapt and turn it to their advantage. When I worked for a headhunter in the 90’s, during the very early dotcom era, crazy money was being thrown at college kids who were familiar with the internet world, with virtually no experience in other matters except for the online. Companies were hiring and paying 50 to 100k to students just graduating, and that left a lot of people who’d worked in the industry for 30 years, bumped from their job. A new era rose, where those out-of-work people turned to consulting, working from home, and the idea really gathered a foothold. Not to say people weren’t doing that in some degree, but it really gathered momentum around this time, in my experience. Today, we think nothing of working from a mobile office or from home offices.