Mon, 25 June 2018
Today's episode is all about jobs. Jobs that are vanishing to be precise. Jason Hartman takes a look at a Business Insider article that discusses 41 jobs that are disappearing in today's world. Not surprising, many of them involve middle men/women.
Then Jason finishes his interview with Ben Way, CEO of Digits, about how technology (robots in particular) will be changing the way we think of things throughout our society, from dating to working, to risk aversion. Information is more available than ever before, is that actually holding us back?
[3:47] Real estate investing is really just investing in packaged commodities
[8:31] One of the jobs that is going away is Executive Secretaries and Executive Admin Assistants, and why it matters to real estate investors
[13:09] Technology makes it easy to disintermediate, leading to middle man jobs going away
Ben Way, Part 2
[18:59] How do the logistics and hard drives of robots work?
[22:10] The plethora of information is making kids more risk averse
[25:51] The two things we get wrong when it comes to education