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7 Jobs of The Future

7 Jobs of The Future
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7 JOBS OF THE FUTURE

Are you busy choosing a nice study? Or have you almost graduated and are you about to look for a first job? In both cases it's super interesting to know whether your industry or job has a future or not! More and more tasks are being automated. Mobile banking means we no longer have to go to the bank and order screens at the McDonalds ensure that we no longer have to stand in line. In more than a country, the first tests are being carried out with self-driving cars, and hospitals already have robots that can operate on patients.

Will surgeons, drivers or fast food staff no longer be needed in the future? Fortunately, that will not happen that fast, but due to the extensive automation, jobs will naturally change or disappear. In addition, there will also be a lot of new functions that require different skills. These changes naturally differ per industry and function. The 7 jobs that can look to the future with confidence are listed below!

1. Cyber ​​security expert

Cyber ​​attacks are occurring on a larger scale and are also becoming more sophisticated. DDoS attacks have been the order of the day lately. Employers from all types of companies are therefore looking hard for suitable personnel to protect their company. As a result, the demand for cyber security professionals has grown enormously and this position will therefore have a golden future ahead.

2. Data scientist

Now that we can collect, store and analyze more and more information, the demand for data scientists is also increasing. Data scientists are professionals who combine technical and scientific expertise with the ability to extract important information from large amounts of data. With only more robots, computers and data on the horizon, this function will only grow.

3. Healthcare professional

Life expectancy has risen sharply in recent years. This has to do with medical progress, a better diet and better living conditions. As a result, the health sector will continue to grow, because we are all getting older. This industry is highly dependent on people and will probably never be fully automated. A job in this industry requires strong social and communication skills, dedication and patience, all of which are characteristics that cannot simply be replaced by machines.

4. Marketing, communication and design

Digitization has also grown enormously in the area of ​​marketing and is likely to continue to do so. Machines help with this to a large extent (computers, design programs, online tools), but they can't (yet) come up with new and surprising ideas. Creative professions that focus on a complex combination of ideas, words and images together with shared cultural and social values ​​are probably not easily adopted by machines. Social intelligence and knowledge of new media are therefore highly sought after skills in the future.

5. Delivery / Logistics management

The future of the logistics sector is determined by various emerging technologies. This will not mean that the entire sector will be automated, as staff will always be needed for certain insights into highly complex and global delivery processes and the logistics industry. In addition, the modernization of this sector, together with the growing popularity of online retail and food delivery services, has greatly increased the demand for drivers.

6. Human resources

Because of all these changing demands for staff, specific talent is becoming increasingly valuable. Companies compete at international level for the best candidates. This makes HR increasingly important. Of course we will also see a large part of the automation in HR: candidate recruitment and selection is increasingly happening online and more and more data-driven. Nevertheless, intuition and empathy also remain very important competencies in this profession and it will therefore never be fully automated.

7. Cook

All previous jobs usually require a college or university education, but this job does not apply: cook. People are increasingly eating out or ordering their food online. Therefore more and more chefs are needed for this. Making a dish could be simulated by machines, but when dishes are made on the basis of creativity and with complicated actions, it becomes a lot more difficult.

In short, all developments have a major impact on many jobs and functions. In a few years, jobs may have disappeared or have changed significantly. Given all the above jobs, it appears that people cannot and will not be completely replaced. In the 1980s, for example, it was thought that with the arrival of ATM machines, a whole lot of jobs would disappear, while more new employees were needed. Machines, robots and other forms of digitization will therefore make our work much more efficient, but we will still play a prominent role in this.



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