Looking at the bright side:
- life-long learning attitude, more democratic approach to education, including on-the-job training, virtual schools, community educational and training services, sponsored by governments and corporations;
- international business, cultural and global traveling opportunities; possibilities to participate in global scale projects; on the other hand, growing tendency for flexible workdays, including working and studying from home;
- division of labour between countries - someone makes the best planes, someone provides the best pilots...
- nations on the move means an increased need for various type of transportation and an increased need for directions where to move, settlement, informational, childminding services, you name it- suddenly, an opportunity for the new set of jobs in Transportation, Hospitality, Informational and Social services
- every time, when we fall out of this system, we have to make sure that we are competitive enough as our skills can get outdated within very short span of time - in 1-2 years and even shorter...Our grandparents will never be able to understand how could they make more money with less education, and their grandchildren with university degrees can not get a job better than an entry level position for the Home depot customer service, because during their 5 years of education the industry has disappeared from the Earth face. It would be funny, if would not be sad...
- fierce competition creates the stress and disbalance between life and work; the more stressful is environment, the less healthy are relationships between people; and the less healthy are people themselves. How our forties and fifties are going to look like in this economy?
- if people are constantly on the move, their life style has to be changed and all the real estate has to lose its value; we are going to, similar to tourists or gypsies, follow the available job market and keep all our staff as mobile as possible; our "mobility" is going to dictate change for the houses' structure, and for all other items of our every day living - it will need to fit in one suitcase. "Small space" concept seemed to be already attractive to the generation Y and to modern overpopulated cities and countries.
- nations on the move means that people going to deal with real issues such as decrease in commitment of any aspects, increase in exploitation for the same reason (think of the modern contracted jobs - who is responsible for your health or your relationships with your family or community).
- The most dangerous tendency is about decreasing of our natural tendency of sharing - we are going to develop survival techniques so that employers would keep us longer on the job - we will keep our secret formula with us or try to sell it big to cover time between jobs.