Your Job Will Become Obsolete

While living the Dot Com Lifestyle in Edinburgh, I came upon a McDonald’s with a feature that I have not seen at the McDonald’s back home (at least they don’t have them in California yet). Check out the video below to see what I mean.

The signs are all around us. Jobs are becoming obsolete. Within the next decade, there will be no need for drivers because the cars/buses/trucks will drive themselves. Amazon will deliver your packages to your door with drones. Not only is McDonald’s installing self serve order stations, but they’re working on an automated hamburger machine that can crank out over 2,000 burgers an hour.

The store of the future will have much fewer, if any employees at the front counter. Just look at Amazon Go, a new grocery store that has no checkout lines. Using the Amazon Go app, you walk into the store, grab what you want, and walk out. When you leave, they know exactly what you bought and will bill your Amazon account for it automatically.

What does all this mean to you? If you have a job in the service industry, or you make your living delivering stuff, odds are, your job will become obsolete in the next decade.

This is why it’s so important that you have a back up plan, and that is the beauty of an Internet marketing business. This is something that you can start in your spare time and have it grow to a point where you can kiss that job good bye. It also has the ability to let you live the Dot Com Lifestyle: Time Freedom, Money Freedom, and Location freedom. Take it from me, it’s a pretty good way to live!

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9 thoughts on “Your Job Will Become Obsolete”

  1. dave starr says:

    Very much “on point” John. The “We demand $15 an hour” crowd is pushing this even faster. What CEO in his right mind would put up with throngs of complaining, lethargic “do only what we have to” continually complaining counter help when s/he can just buy (or cheaply lease, with maintenance) a machine that works better, faster, cheaper and never complains?

    Hasn’t anyone noticed how airport checkins have now become almost completely “smart-phoned” and “kiosked”? Even in Immigration … the last time I came back to the states, virtually everything was done via passport-reading kiosks and about one tenth of the USCIS officers who used to be on duty at the checkpoints. (and we all know the government is so backwards and slow to adopt new technology, right?)

    So the writing is on the wall (or LED screen) for all to read. Who will heed the warning?

  2. forhad says:

    Amazon affiliate marketing is pretty much attractive than any manual job. A tendency of the job change or leave is now rising among tech people due to the advancement and popularity of freelancing market.

    Everything is engulfing by technology too rapidly. In future, we may be going to access in a robotic era.

  3. Robbie says:

    John how long are you in scotland for would be great to catch up.

    Robbie

  4. Jason says:

    It already happened in Australia.

  5. Bob Daley says:

    The world moves on! Humans in general keep moving and changing the world in which we live. Jobs are not leaving they are changing. You either change with the times or you are on the street begging for change. To me it has been a wondrous journey. Because of what we have accomplished in just 117 years, look back and you will be able to see what could be in front of us. Think of what you would consider impossible and you could see it in 10 years.

  6. Tanya says:

    Ha-ha, we have this service in Victoria BC
    I’m sure we have it in Vancouver too.

    Be back to Canada 🙂

  7. bob lato says:

    If I am the guy who writes the software that run those machines…

    oooooooo goodie!!!!!.. I will make $$$$$

  8. Tarik says:

    I knew this was coming. All the complaints, marching, and protests about a higher minimum wage have forced the world’s elite to come up with the perfect solution: automated employees.

    You can no longer rely on someone else to take care of you and your family. You must have your own business (at least on the side) to provide security so you can rest at night knowing you will have something to fall back on if you lose your job.

    I can’t blame the rich elite, either. Most employees are lazy and all they do is complain and ask for more money. I see them texting, slacking off, and even stealing from their employers! One loss prevention expert told me that Americans steal $50 billion in CASH from their employers every year!!!!

    Problem solved. No more greedy employees and no more thieves. 2017 is the year of the “side hustle.” Everybody needs to have one, whether it’s online or offline. The elite are reducing the workforce to eliminate headaches and operating costs. Will you change before your job is gone?

  9. Aswani says:

    Just yesterday I was reading an article titled – Automation to impact 90% organisations: Survey
    Now, I am reading this post. It is surely going to happen. Already happening as seen in the above examples. Jobs will surely take a hit. Lucky are those who already have a backup plan to face such scenario. Now, I have also started thinking in the same direction. Hope it helps.

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