The impact of technology is being felt by both blue-collar and white-collar workers in this country at an accelerated rate. While some may be pessimistic about the future of jobs and whether or not people will be able to digest this new pace of change, Thomas Friedman is optimistic.
The New York Times opinion columnist and author of the New York Times bestseller, Thank You For Being Late, appeared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Monday to explain why he has great faith in American creativity to create and adapt to new jobs and what new set of jobs will see a surge in growth in the near future.
Friedman also recently appeared on Charlie Rose’s PBS show to talk about his book and how to thrive in an accelerated workforce. You can watch his interview and read our analysis of it here.