What is the value of work in the age of the digital revolution? At Audi, 20-year-old Seda sorts car parts on the assembly line for robots. She dreams of her own Mercedes-Benz, and has no desire to find a husband and have children. 30-year-old Eva likes to ride her bike to work. As a headhunter working for Audi, she is looking for experts to automate their logistics. Eva wants to live with her girlfriend in the Caribbean and not work any more at all. She knows her own job will be replaced by algorithms. Two representatives of a generation for whom work is neither a certainty nor a source of identity.