From the author of Popular Economics comes a surpringly sunny projection of America's future job market. Forget the doomsday predictions of sour-faced nostalgists who say automization and globalization will take away your dream job. The job market is only going to get better and better, according to economist John Tamny, who argues in The End of Work that the greatest gift of prosperity, beyond freedom from painful want, is the existence of work that is interesting.
John Tamny is the editor of RealClearMarkets and the Political Economy editor at Forbes, where he also has a weekly column. He is a senior director with the Cato Institute and a senior economic advisor to Toreador Research & Trading.
Mr. Tamny frequently writes about tax, trade, and monetary policy issues for a variety of publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Investor’s Business Daily, Financial Times, National Review, and London’s Daily Telegraph. He also recently wrote The End of Work.
As a regular panelist on Fox News’ Forbes on Fox, he has appeared as a financial expert on numerous television shows, including Your World with Neil Cavuto, and CNBC’s Kudlow Report. Mr. Tamny lives with his wife, Kendall, in Washington, D.C.