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    David Graeber ´ 3 summary Free PDF or EPUB Bullshit Jobs: A Theory – ratitechnologies.co.za This review was written at the desk of a salaried office job where I am paid 65000yr to do virtually nothing important so I mostly sit in my chair and listen to podcasts and audiobooks all day I do this until enough executives and managers above me are gone that I can feel comfortable sneaking out With my income from this sit I th

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    review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ David Graeber Free PDF or EPUB Bullshit Jobs: A Theory – ratitechnologies.co.za David Graeber ´ 3 summary John Maynard Keynes had great confidence that capitalism will improve not only the wealth but also the well being of all in society One of the

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    Free PDF or EPUB Bullshit Jobs: A Theory – ratitechnologies.co.za David Graeber ´ 3 summary I love how an obscure magazine asked an internationally recognized scholar to submit what he believed no one else would publish and how that essay went instantly viral and eventually became what may be the author's top bestsellerI work in real estate I'm of the opinion that realtors serve a useful purpose in our society

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    David Graeber ´ 3 summary Free PDF or EPUB Bullshit Jobs: A Theory – ratitechnologies.co.za The original essay upon which this is based really said it all and the book seems like an unnecessary and somewhat forced elaboration I don't recommend it

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review õ Bullshit Jobs: A Theory E can do about itIn the early twentieth century people prophesied that technology would see us all working fifteen hour weeks and driving flying cars Instead something curious happened Not only have the flying cars not materialised but average working hours have increased rather than decreased And now across the developed world three uarters of all jobs are in services finance or admin jobs that don't seem to contribute anything to society In Bullshit Jobs David Graeber explores how this phenomeno. John Maynard Keynes had great confidence that capitalism will improve not only the wealth but also the well being of all in society One of the specific predictions he made that sadly did not come true was that by the end of the twentieth century the major Western societies would have achieved the fifteen hour work week because technology would have alleviated hitherto long menial hours Why has that not happened and instead employees are working longer and longer hours Graeber blames the creation of what he calls BS jobs I had to shortened the word to pass censorship rules and the BSization of proper jobs Graeber s defines a BS job as a form of paid employment that is so completely pointless unnecessary or pernicious that even the employee cannot justify its existence even though as part of the conditions of employment the employee feels obliged to pretend that this is not the case He

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review õ Bullshit Jobs: A Theory 'Spectacular and terrifyingly true' Owen Jones'Explosive' John McDonnell New Statesman Books of the Year'Thought provoking and funny' The TimesFT BUSINESS BOOK OF THE YEAR 2018 THE TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR 2018 NEW STATESMAN BOOK OF THE YEAR 2018 and CITY AM BOOK OF THE YEAR 2018Be honest if your job didn't exist would anybody miss it Have you ever wondered why not Up to 40% of us secretly believe our jobs probably aren't necessary In other words they are bullshit jobs This book shows why and what w. This review was written at the desk of a salaried office job where I am paid 65000yr to do virtually nothing important so I mostly sit in my chair and listen to podcasts and audiobooks all day I do this until enough executives and managers above me are gone that I can feel comfortable sneaking out With my income from this sit I then outsource all my chores to a slew of below living wage 21st Century gig economy employees Uber drivers food delivery meal kits laundryHaving been one of these low paid wage laborers several years ago it seems like a cruel joke The higher paying job I find the less I actually have to work The higher ranking the position the less the job is about doing things and contributing to societyIs this a blessing or immoral sin Yes But it turns out I m not aloneThis is an entertaining book of anecdotes and statistics on what turns out to be a common phenomena It is one of the most refres

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review õ Bullshit Jobs: A Theory N oneassociated with the Soviet Union but which capitalism was supposed to eliminate has happened In doing so he looks at how rather than producing anything work has become an end in itself; the way such work maintains the current broken system of finance capital; and finally how we can get out of it This book is for anyone whose heart has sunk at the sight of a whiteboard who believes 'workshops' should only be for making things or who just suspects that there might be a better way to run our wor. I love how an obscure magazine asked an internationally recognized scholar to submit what he believed no one else would publish and how that essay went instantly viral and eventually became what may be the author s top bestsellerI work in real estate I m of the opinion that realtors serve a useful purpose in our society but only because of how the property laws are written This book along with Debt The First 5000 Years convinces me that within the constraints of US property law which are outdated and unnatural all real estate professionals exist as duct tapers BS job 3 performing a job that only needs to get done because the system is set up in a flawed way that reuires it My proof what other societies need realtors The ones where American property laws are forced on people I recognize that American property law stems from English common law which depended on Roman legal systemsThis book is brilliant It

  • Hardcover
  • 368pages
  • Bullshit Jobs: A Theory
  • David Graeber
  • English
  • 04 July 2020
  • 0141983477