Essential worker stipend
Society can reward who make modern society liveable
People are not reimbursed properly for their efforts. Income for regular people typically comes from a career or a job.
For this idea I will use a shelf stacker in a supermarket as my example.
Without shelf stackers, we couldn't have supermarkets as the stock would by lying in warehouses. You need someone to physically move foodstuffs and products from warehouses into trucks and lorries and ultimately to supermarkets.
This job, while menial, is essential for civilization. It should be valued. It's a contribution to society and keeps people fed.
I propose a great analysis off every possible work that needs to be done for modern society and place them into a digital system. It includes jobs like nursing and doctors. These jobs are special and essential for society. Now we want to reimburse people who do these jobs with a higher income. Government sets aside a billion pounds from general taxation to pay for these essential workers, to invest in the common folk and boost their income.
Estate agents would be excluded from this social credit as they do not contribute to society.