Today I will talk about the professions that are going to be in high demand in the next five to ten years. These are the resources that have researched for this article so if you’re interested in what to do in the next five to 10 years for your career then continue reading this article.
A lot of professions are getting automated nowadays. Amazon go, in San Francisco people can check out without talking to others, they just go and they’re automatically built for what they have in their pockets.
Many automobile companies are trying to develop driverless taxis, cars, and trucks. So low-level jobs are getting programmed robot, what it means for us as human beings it means that in the future, we are going to lose a lot of low-level jobs but it means that we have a lot larger space for creativity.
Here, I’m going to talk about future jobs in demand that are going to survive. Let’s jump into the deep:
#1: Medicine
This market has been growing fast, 26% year over year, and if we compare 2010 with projections for it 2020.
We are going to get that there would be 700,000 more future jobs and this not only applies to doctors and of course doctors are going to be in high demand. It also applies to people who take care of people who sit at home like home care because we started to live longer and we’re going need a lot more health care.
#2: Creative Professions
As I mentioned earlier that a lot of old jobs are getting automated. All of the creative professions are going to grow because the AI or automated system not yet developed that much.
It cannot create awesome photographs, create videos, edit videos, and write a text.
It can do some kind of stuff but it is not yet on a human being’s level so my idea of photographers, vloggers, content creators, and video editors that you’re going to have a lot of future jobs in demand and also like designers and architects, there’s a huge future for those professions as well.
#3: Salesperson
There is so much technology that is automating sales such as chatbots. But chatbots can’t provide individual care. Because again an AI is not that developed yet, so salespeople have awesome skills and they are selling stuff.
Sales professional market is growing 16% year-over-year and again if we compare 2010 to 2020 we’re going to have 700,000 more openings for those positions.
#4: Food Industry
There is a trend that some of the basic jobs are automated in the food industry, but there is also a trend that people are making more money, they spend less time for cooking. People are now spending more time going out and caring about what they eat.
So nutritionists good cooks and people who can create amazing and tasty food, you’re going to have a future job in demand.
#5: Developer
The market number five is developers such as web developer, software engineers, app developers, UX, UI designers, etc.
Whatever is connected with coding and creating products online it’s going to be in high demand because there are still industries that are merging from offline into online and we need to help them to do that.
We need a lot of professionals to do that and by the way, these are well-paid professionals if you look at the American market on average software engineers will make like $100,000 a year for this profession.
We’re looking at a projected 1 million employment by 2026 and it has future jobs in demand.
#6: Education
This is the market where I would like to concentrate on post-secondary education meaning that people are learning languages. People are learning other skills and I think this traditional education we just go to classes and follow the curriculum that is already set by somebody else is fading away.
In Finland, this new school concept where kids don’t just go to classes that teachers tell them to attend they select what they want to do if they want to sing, they can sing the whole day.
If they want to build something then the school provides resources for that.
Finland just like the top country for education in the world right now and what I think is going to be a trend in the future is that people would not just go to like standard school or standard university to get their bachelor’s maybe. They would even skip some stages and go straight into getting some skill like one-year cars and photography or whatever and go straight into the workplace and get real-life experience.
Teachers will be in really high demand but I would also emphasize that education is going online and the online education market is growing and a lot of universities are publishing the online and a lot of teachers are creating their curriculum online so I would say teachers who can bring their courses from offline to online a going to thrive in the future.

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