We can act now to make America into the first 100% ownership driven society.
Every man a CEO, a Board Room in every garage, the New Contract with America, a Fair Contract for Americans, ....... a gazillion other slogans.
When there's only one job left, it need not be the janitor who turns out the lights ~ it can be the Chairman Of The Board!
Most jobs in manufacturing, as it was understood for most of the last century, were dull, repetitive time-and-motion actions, that required little mental involvement, besides not getting yourself mangled in the machinery. Those jobs are properly taken over by robotic substitutes, and the individuals formerly employed at this kind of labor are free to learn a whole new skill set.
It is presumed that to learn this skill set, the individual has basic comprehension of language and some analytical capability when confronted with a new task like programming the computers that operate the robotic machinery, or putting into operation the sometimes very complicated business of delivering the product to its intended user.
And this is just what seems to put a burr under the saddle of most of the union bosses. Once people get smart enough to learn how to do these new kinds of jobs, they have much less need of any kind of union representation, and in a most excellent show of preservation of self-interest, they stay away from organized labor in droves.