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Wealth concentration

While inequality in education and health is in decline, income inequality is on the rise; 70% of the world’s population lives in countries where disparities between the wealthiest and poorest have grown over the last 30 years..

  • Concentration of wealth is increasing, income gaps are widening, employmentless economic growth seems the new norm, return on investment in capital and technology is usually better than on labour, and future technologies can replace much of human labor; hence, long-term structural unemployment might be a “business as usual” surprise-free forecast. | Related Megatrends: 

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