Comment 118943

By Haveacow (registered) | Posted May 31, 2016 at 07:50:29 in reply to Comment 118933

You make a good point but remember, the lower people on the financial latter will always be displaced to areas of greater distance then the wealthy. It is has been that way since we moved into towns and cities 5000-6000 years ago and it will not change in the next 100, in fact it may get a lot worse.

The dramatic evolution of work as you put it has only been effecting a smaller and smaller proportion of workers who can afford to or job is designed that they can work at home or from anywhere. Most who work in service industries, our quickest growing sector of the economy, still have to travel greater and greater distances because they have to be there to actually do the job, they can't literally do there work over a link from home. Nor can they afford the delivery charges of items and food being transported to their homes when they are being ordered off the internet. A large percentage of workers and people have to go out and get stuff because they can't afford or manage the alternatives you will be relying on

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