There is no doubt that the occupation of driving from one place to another if prime for Legacy. Google’s cars and others are basically ready, and only need regulatory approvals to move forward.
Less mentioned in the press is the Legacy direction for truck and heavy equipment drivers.
For instance, Rio Tinto pays currently Australian Outback train drivers as much as U.S. surgeons. Those jobs are now being replaced by Robots. “Rio is ahead of the competition in terms of automation of trucks and trains”
Meanwhile, in Japan demonstration are being made of Robotic Truck Trains, where a single driver drives a lead truck, and the others follow on the highway at a preset distance. Of course, that lead driver is only temporary. He will also be replaced.
Package delivery will be by Robots, either on the ground or by flying drones from Amazon fulfillment centers, especially when the new Batteries arrive.
Its hard to imagine driving as an occupation nearly anywhere in the world in just 5 years