“The Last Job On Earth” Imagines A Fully Automated Future

While we can’t predict the future, we can imagine a world without work – one where those who own the tech get rich from it and everyone else ekes out a living, propped up by an increasingly fragile state. Meet Alice, holder of the last recognizable job on Earth, trying to make sense of her role in an automated world.

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Machines could take 50% of our jobs in the next 30 years, according to scientists.

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The Guardian‘s Paul Mason introduces the film in, Automation May Mean a Post-Work Society But We Shouldn’t Be Afraid.

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Creative Credits

Project: The Last Job On Earth
Client: The Guardian
Commissioning Editors (Guardian Team): Tess Riley, Laura Paddison
Writer and Creative Director (Guardian Team): Alistair Campbell
Senior Producer (Guardian Team): Lucile Weigel
Executive Producer (Guardian Team): Amelie von Harrach
Script Editor (Guardian Team): Frances Polletti
Direction, Design, Animation : Moth Collective
Lead Animator: Carlos De Faria
2D Animation: Moth Collective, Sabine Volkert
3D Animation: Claudio Salas
Compositing: Moth Collective, Claudio Salas
Artworking: Stephen Vuillemin, Moth Collective, Sabine Volkert & Frankie Swan
Music and Sound Design: Box of Toys Audio



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