I predict that we will have non-job jobs. Many of the jobs will not have to be done in a place where all of the employees congregate -- ie the office. With a wired world, people will have many different opportunities to make money without being employed in one specific place.
A person's income could be an aggregate from his Google Adsense advertising on his blog, mixed with his revenues from collaborative development sites like Napkin Labs, and a little bit of ad hoc consulting on an "as required" basis in a virtual job farm. With micropayments and a world marketplace online, a graphic sold for a few cents a thousand times would pay some the bills every month.
Many jobs now, did not exist 5 years ago. The idea of a job will change. As long as people can make money in diverse ways, and they can live with dignity, the concept of a traditional job goes out the window.