Think about this: in 1936 New York City elevator operators went on strike, preventing more than a million office workers from getting to work.
A couple decades prior, about 80% of the jobs in the U.S. were in farming and factories. A mere 100 years later those were replaced with jobs that couldn’t even have been conceived of since they didn’t exist.
Yes, technology improves at a rapid pace. But until some omnipotent A.I. overtakes us, humans still have an impressive record of adopting technology and finding valuable, meaningful work despite massive changes.