Antiwork and the Economy

A sustainable future will depend on rethinking how we think about and treat workers

Photo by Hernan Sanchez on Unsplash

During the latest Black Friday, workers at Amazon across 20 different countries organized a strike to “Make Amazon Pay”. During the last two years of the pandemic economy, big tech like Amazon actually increased their profits while none of that wealth was passed on to the workers…

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A software-psychology guy breaking down the way we think as individuals and collectives

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