"Most of the jobs anticipated for the near future are low-wage occupations -- customer service, food processing and delivery, health care, personal care, teaching assistants, 'caring' jobs." ...which is why the PAY needs to be increased, starting with that $15/hour living minimum wage.
As an aside, I've had a theory for a couple of decades about resistance to technology as a vocation strategy: that the people who can REALLY work with their hands, the artist/artisan class, if you will, have the potential to do okay—once everyone else is dependent on technology. Sure, you can buy manufactured products, but something created by an artist has REAL WORTH. I am an artist. I am more poor than I ever was. I still believe this though. I also know what it's like to work in a factory for $10/hr and hurt all over every single day. Those kinds of jobs should be paid much higher because of the physical toll they take on a body. Of course it won't happen...but I still believe in justice.