If this comes to pass it sounds like a frighteningly top-heavy work environment.
I'm not sure that a 40% boss : 60% worker structure is financially viable for many companies.
What we need is people to do what they enjoy and what they are good at - combined with a society that has a more even distribution of financial reward, so you don't have to have a senior (managerial) role in order to earn a real, true living wage.
What this story tells me is that we are teaching our young people that value and fulfilment lies in seniority (being 'a boss') - this strikes me as extremely destructive. It can only generate expectations which lead (in at least 30% of cases) to bitter disappointment and frustration. A 10% boss : 90% worker ratio is what we have in reality - let's prepare for that, but equally value the non-bosses that actually make the world function.