Work-from-home robots: Good and bad news for blue-collar workers

No-one can afford to go to University without working unless daddy’s an oligarch or something. But the rest of us, we fit classes around some dead-end job. Evening shift picking packages in an e-commerce giant’s warehouse; stocking shelves in a real-world giant’s supermarket; I know someone who finishes a class and spends the evening babysitting some e-commerce giant’s senior executive’s kids! It’s not easy, you’re tried obviously, in some tiny student flat you can find yourself taking off your class headset and picking up a work one and find you’re doing your flatmate’s job in a warehouse you’ve never seen.