Capitalism will simply collapse, and the "concept" of money too :)
A change in productive forces causes a change in production (and social) relations, which has always been the reason for a change in the social system:>
this can hardly be called earnings
they will "jackal" at the head of the robots what kind of distribution system below at the municipal level, like planted 30 lilac bushes on a vacant lot, here's a grant for you a little higher on the district received 5 families of refugees ( all the same there will be fires before the floods) get a grant to the district. Only the best handicraftsmen will remain in production.
Good question. In a postindustrial society, the service sector begins to develop, drawing off unoccupied human resources for new, sometimes completely unexpected specialties. The simplest example is that all the resources that are not employed in production in our country are now most often employed by security guards, taxi drivers, pizza carriers, merchandisers, and even simple "managers" in resale companies. If you look, then these resources could well work in production, but it (production) does not exist, and most likely will not be. Even if you build a plant nearby, then most likely the same guards and petty clerks will hardly go to it, and even one plant will not be enough. But we have factories and production facilities in the quantity in which it is necessary for the economy and consumption. Therefore, new, sometimes amazing specialties appear. What specialties will appear in 10-50 years, I think science fiction writers will better suggest, but I would really like to live and see that world.