http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-34464133 "Pupils should be prepared for a world that could see them taking up 40 different jobs before reaching the age of 100, a futurologist has said." What might we learn from this other than gratitude that our education occurred a long time ago? The futurologist has clearly been talking to that idiot Iain Duncan Smith if he thinks people aged 100 are capable of employment. Are there 40 different jobs that are so appalling you'd never spend more than two years doing, or is he predicting things will become even worse than they are now? Edit: What is a futurologist? Do they earn their living by having their palms crossed with silver and gazing into crystal balls?