Work hard or work smart?

Work hard or work smart?

I have long grappled with a quandary to which I have – perhaps unsurprisingly – very little solid ground to fall back on in answering. Indeed, this is a quandary that is shared by many of my fellow academics, non-academic peers, and, of course, students out there.

In the age of automation, what are the kinds of jobs that would be replaced the most quickly? This, in turn, gives rise to a more fundamental question – what are the kinds of individuals whom automation cannot replace quickly, if ever?

The intuitive observation is that working hard doesn’t get one very far […]

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