A Universal Basic Income (UBI) could bring equality throughout EU countries, allowing most people to work and live under the same conditions, that of course requires a more united EU, and maybe a pan-European government.
A UBI will rise living conditions and obviously reform the inefficient, expensive and party useless welfare system, and it’ll also free people from jobs that they don’t like and don’t have the time and money to find a new one and
The European Union of course needs a change, that change mean further unification not only in economic terms, but also in politics in general, there is a huge need for reduced influence of foreign regimes like China’s one on the continent.
A Universal Basic Income (UBI) not only will reduce economic inequality in Europe, but also help the youth start their career, get better education and start their own businesses.
Europe lacks entrepreneurship, that’s why the EU doesn’t have enough technology companies in global scale, compered to the United States and China.
A Universal Basic Income would boost entrepreneurship in Europe, it’ll especially help young people get over economic difficulties which usually stops them from starting their career and innovate.
A UBI would also help with another issue, unemployment and the rise of automation, it’s estimated that self-driving vehicles will replace truck drivers, which is one of the most popular jobs in Europe.
Cashier-less stores are already opening in the United States, recently Amazing and Walmart launched stores without a single cashier, that shows that the future is automation, more creativity and less robotic jobs.
There’s no doubt Universal Basic Income is the future, no one can deny that, it reduces crime, it boosts the economy and it rises living conditions for everyone.
Here’s what billionaires and business titans say about cash handouts in 2017:
“There is a pretty good chance we end up with a universal basic income, or something like that, due to automation,”
Elon Musk to CNBC
“With the acceleration of [artificial intelligence] and other new technology … the world is changing fast,”
“If I had to support my family growing up instead of having time to code, if I didn’t know I’d be fine if Facebook didn’t work out, I wouldn’t be standing here today,”,
“Now it’s our time to define a new social contract for our generation. We should explore ideas like universal basic income to give everyone a cushion to try new things.”