I hope these nitwits keep striking across the industry
When was the last Canadian pilot strike?
Or to use a nearby neighbor, the last US pilot strike?
I have no idea what a bank teller is....
Sorry about that, I figured you'd know.
A bank teller is a person who works in a bank behind the counter, doing transactions such as deposits, withdrawals, bank checks, certified checks, foreign currency exchange, and so forth.
Many functions of a bank teller are already available in an ATM, hence my inclusion of their vocation on that list of examples.
A far cry from a job that is about getting an airplane from a gate to another gate a few hundred or thousand miles away.
Truck drivers know they are going to be replaced
That's also why I included it on my list of example jobs that will eventually be automated.
Think about it
a pilot in the 50's had to have a lot more skill and knowledge than a modern pilot....
Well, I thought about it.
You are completely wrong.
A pilot in the 50s had a higher workload to the point of a crew of three being the standard. They were pulling out charts and turning VORs to radials which we can now see on an iPad and on our navigation display. But the knowledge is still there, as is the skill. And if you were in the jumpseat for an autoland that my jet was attempting last year before we intervened, you'd realize "the computer" doesn't always get it right either.
Standard will change if Airlines divert more r and d into replacing these nutcases
Are all airline pilots are nutcases?
if the incentive to replace a non stop striking pilot is greater
than that will be replaced first
Non-stop striking pilot?
When was the last time the WestJet pilots went on strike?
Follow up question: when was the last time (and duration) of any
pilots in Canada going on strike?