Yes, you’re saying what needs to be said but I’m not following this statement. I would say that automation and the Internet are consolidating efficiencies thus killing jobs not the other way around. These efficiencies are driving humans out of the base job market (the jobs that most people do to make a living) and into new, potentially creative job market. Unfortunately while many people can easily learn to do repetitive jobs many are not well suited to learning creativity. Or maybe they are and our educational system is so fucked that we don’t know. . .