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How to avoid becoming obsolete and uninsurable

Futurists are people who study the latest trends and extrapolate from them to forecast what the future holds, particularly for society. Sometimes they get it spot on; sometimes they don’t. Those who predicted 2020 got it memorably and terribly wrong!

In view of the COVID-19 wild card that turned up last year, trying to predict what 2021 holds would seem to be rather foolish. Nonetheless,

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