What would be the last job on Earth?

In this animated video The Guardian depicts a not so far future, where most of the jobs are performed by automated machines. This makes me ask myself, what would be the last job ever? Economists say that education and entertainment will be the only industries that survive the robotization. What I think is that we don't know what kind of jobs will appear in the future, but anything that implies creativity will requiere human approach. I don't believe that there ever be such thing as "last job", what I believe is that the notion of "job" known to us will evolve with time. Human brain is too powerful and sophisticated to get rid of it completely.

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