Yes, the robots and computers are coming for your jobs. And yes, they can do almost everything better and faster than you can. But wait. Don’t despair. According to the NYT Upshot, we are in the middle of an era when the things you learned in preschool have become ever more crucial at work (which gives us a window of opportunity because even the robots and the algorithms are going to have a hard time navigating today’s preschool application process). Here’s the conclusion of a recent study: “Jobs that require both socializing and thinking, especially mathematically, have fared best in employment and pay.” (I’m a Humanities major who hasn’t made eye contact since the late nineties. Looks like I picked the wrong era to stop sniffing glue.)