The “humans are back” meme has long been a way to explain why the U.S. government is working so hard to keep American jobs from leaving the country.
The meme originated with the 1980s “Return of the Man” movie that featured an animated man dressed as a gorilla, and was a common trope in the media during the 1990s and 2000s.
But a study published in the journal Health Psychology in May suggests that the “humans” are just a marketing gimmick for companies that want to keep their jobs.
The study suggests that “humans aren’t coming back” is just a popular marketing ploy that companies use to get their employees to stay.
A meta-analysis of more than 5,500 studies on human-centered marketing by researchers at Emory University and New York University looked at the effect of “humans coming back,” or “human labor” as a marketing term, and found that people often use it as a way of explaining why they want to stay in the U