There are more than 26 million companies in the United States with fewer than 20 employees. The vast majority of those businesses have fewer than five employees, and often only one.
There are about to be a whole lot more of these very small businesses. Interestingly, it’s because big businesses are also going to become radically smaller.
Long before robots replace manual laborers and algorithms replace even the smartest knowledge workers, the disruption of the traditional economics that encouraged scaling up with more employees will be turned on its head.
Which means, a lot of people are about to become involuntarily unemployable.
Brian Clark’s take is that’s an opportunity for many of you. Tune in to Unemployable to hear why.
In this episode of Unemployable with Brian Clark, Brian discusses:
- Why the disruption of “big” benefits the small
- How Uber displaced 100,000 people with an app
- What Google’s shift to Alphabet means for you
- Why Richard Branson should be your role model
- The shift that makes freelancing way more competitive
- Why tiny production companies will earn outsized profits
- The Processes, People, and Production system
Unemployable with Brian Clark on iTunes