Professions that will never disappear
The time has come to seriously worry about your future, and about the near future. Automation of production, globalization, rapid rates of technical growth are literally destroying workplaces: why keep a person where the robot will cope effectively and cheaply? Fortunately, about as many new places are being created as they are being destroyed. The fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics are developing especially rapidly. Do not want to stay behind? Get one of these professions.
The IT sphere will always be in demand, the demand is many times the supply. In addition, the number of cyber attacks continues to grow, and many governments even create their own cyber war.
The ideas of libertarians spread throughout the world, but the governments of the countries will never leave their posts. Politicians will always be, too much power they got to give it away for a great life.
Ten years ago, space was mastered only at the state level. Today, more and more private companies are entering this market, respectively, and the demand for space exploration specialists is also growing.
As long as more than one person lives on this planet, the wars will continue. Want not to worry about work? Go to the army.
Strange, but people prefer to hire someone just to be controlled. And since the World Health Organization recently announced that obesity is a global epidemic, personal trainers do not have a lack of performance.
Apparently, the majority of modern labor will be automated, and soon. This means that there will be a mass of people who will need to be retrained in a new profession. We will need teachers more than ever.
We are too obsessed with sports to deem it obsolete. Robots on the field? Nonsense, man needs drama!
Yes, art is also a profession. Artificial intelligence can not replace the creator, except to help him in creating a masterpiece.
Of course, already now very many processes in hospitals are automated, and rightly so. Robots help collect analysis details and give doctors more information, but they can never save a patient.
Techniques will always be needed. Any car at some point may fail and who will find out about it, if there is no person specialist next to it.