In a recent article she reacts to the latest U.S. Labor Department report that unemployment fell in
September to 7.8%, lower than it's been since January 2009, with 114,000 jobs created in September alone.
So are all those new jobs with Apple, Google and other tech high-fliers? No, they're with with tech laggards such as hospitals and transportation companies. See Where Jobs Are Really Being Created.
Greenfield's article begs key questions:
Clearly we need a conversation about the ultimate role of humans in the workplace.