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New social models in the age of flexible work

Many part time jobs with repetitive work will be  destroyed with the advent of the digital economy. “We will soon no longer need a lawyer who must tortuously go through case studies to find citations. That will be done by machines. Those activities remain for humans which cannot do without human capabilities. And these activities will probably be more flexible and such as in the case of the care of the parents badly paid for”, says Helgo Klaatt  of the network for an unconditional basic income. “We must secure our society in the age of digitization”  says the head of Telekom  Timotheus Höttges in agreement. We need innovative solutions to be able to maintain our social systems. The unconditional basic income could for example be paid for by the large internet companies whose profits are increasingly financed by the analysis of data. And Helgo Klatt: “we don’t want to abolish work, merely to abolish the compulsion to work. If people have a choice of working, but do not have to, then they work with more joy and are more willing to perform their tasks.”