Computers and machines are taking over and killing jobs, folks. It’s time to go back to the pre-cotton gin era when work actually consisted of labor. HP is set to eliminate 9,000 jobs after spending $1 billion dollars implementing more streamlined processes with automating data centers.
The process will take several years, but in the end eliminate 3% of HP’s 300,000 employees. It’s probably best that we set off a multiple EMPs worldwide and kill anything with a circuit board before they , as in the computers, amass enough power to eliminate all the jobs. That’s the sane thing to do.