Got numbers?Most unemplyed don't choose unemployment. Many low paid workers would be better off on state benefits yet they choose to work.
He's right on, there are scholarships for those who want to learn, there are programs to help people streamline their finances, and people of trades who may not be book smart typically make 50-70k a year, well above the "poverty" level. So yes, it does take apathy to remain in poverty.If you live in a country where further education isn't free and you're on a poverty wage,, if you have children to bring up, a sick relative to care for, or if you're simply not too bright academically, then not studying in later life is hardly "apathy" - your comment is trite.
Machines don't make mistakes, but they do break, which is why many people have a parts supply and techs on call.............You were saying?And when the robot malfunctions, or can't clean around the hospital bed because there's a cardiac arrest going on, somebody like her will be called in to do the job she was better at anyway.
Economics aren't subjective, the laws governing the application are.That is subjective
You didn't explain to me how it failed yet, especially after I pointed a few things out, do you really want to keep going here without a shred of fact?It does in your capitalist system, hence its failure.