The remote work piece by Sean Blanda's that's making the rounds is not only very flawed, but risks distracting us from the more pressing real risks about a fully remote workforce.
(Original piece here: https://www.seanblanda.com/our-remote-work-future-is-going-to-suck/)
In practice, this means wages commensurate with the cost of living, good social support nets, thriving communities, etc. Crucially, it means _less_ inequality.
And less inequality might mean "depressed" wages for those who are used to making several times the median wage.
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