"Guess what? It’s not the job of corporations to provide jobs. The only reason people had jobs is because companies had this 'problem' of not being able to do their work without people. Once that goes away, so does the concept of human employment." Article
Daniel Miessler notes that basically? Employees are a big pain in the butt and open employers up to all sorts of expense and inconvenience. The second our employers can fire us, they will.
He's not far wrong, I don't think, but I'm not following his argument that therefore everyone ought have some wage just for existing... and yet still where that wage would come from. It's true we all have this "right to life," but that doesn't mean I have the right to exist on YOUR money.