There is a much better answer to this question: there are an immense number of jobs out there, and over time there will be many many more, where the key attribute required is to be a human being — to be an entity that has grown up in a family, faced challenges, sometimes failed at them, experienced family and friendships, worried about community, etc. I don’t care how smart computers get; they will never replace Rabbis or Priests. They will never replace alternative healers, which is a huge range of professions, from astrology to life coaching. I could go on, as could you. Years from now all human beings will be being employed primarily as human beings, which is as it should be.