Yes. Cleaning the homes of people who own factories.
What happens when we get to a point where we just don't need everyone to work in order to provide the goods and services people want? I'm thinking we may have already reached that point in some developed countries. Then what?
Unless we're prepared to have some big (and forced) reductions in populations, we had better get comfortable with larger welfare states.
As technology and automation advances, there will be more and more job oportunities. The problem is, those jobs will require very high specialization and qualification which only few percent of population can reach. Not anybody can be rocket engineer,microchip designer etc.
I agree with you that wealth redistribution (in the form of welfare, basic unconditional income etc.) is the right solution.