There will still be jobs. Just different ones.
One of the stories in the above links talked about an automated factory that went from 650 employees to 60, with the end goal of about 20.
I question whether new job creation can keep pace with old job obsolescence and the effect on the no-longer working class it will have.
Right now we have 5% unemployment.
I posit that a 5% unemployment rate in a society where a large segment of the population is rural , such as it was in the time of Ford and and to varying degrees lives off the land is a good bit different than one that is overwhelmingly urban.
Basically, I think attempting to conserve the social structure and culture of the past in the era of the future will be a painful process. For instance, the concept of Universal Basic Income may sound logical and reasonable to many in the context of this discussion. However, to many, it sounds like a liberal socialist plot to destroy America , create dependency and steal all the wealth created by the hard working rugged individualist that make this country great.