The situation in the UK labour market changes every year and the prestigious professions five years ago are simply not needed by anyone anymore. Some specialists are replaced by high-tech machinery, others by cheaper unskilled labour. In order not to remain "off the board" and correctly choose your future profession, you need to keep your finger on the pulse.
Journalists, economists and programmers are among the most unsuitable professions for the 21st century, published by Forbes magazine. The trends observed in the US labour market are also expected in Russia, albeit delayed. Today, vacancies for a freelancer are more in demand than regular office work, which is much less paid and is even strictly regulated according to the schedule.
Working as a freelancer may seem difficult at first, but think about it:
1) Have an office just for yourself where it will be easier to concentrate.
2) If you don't have the opportunity to rent an office, you can build it in your house, a small space is enough.
3) You have the opportunity to organise and design it according to your desire and in the most motivating way for you.
4) You can perform various actions at will, such as a new redesign of the office, replacement of furniture or office clearance London when you want.
People are becoming freer, preferring to work remotely at a time convenient for them rather than selling themselves into slavery and putting "handcuffs" on duty.
In particular, the changes will affect the labour market: the latest technologies will make it possible to create dozens of new specialities or bring back to life many professions that have sunk into oblivion. Nano-doctors will be no less in demand than farmers, and teachers at school will have to go through many amazing discoveries, checking essays on the topic "What I want to be when I grow up."
British research company Fast Future shared the sensational findings. One of the scientists described the results of his scientific work as follows: "We are blurring the line between science fiction and reality. What we see today in the cinema can become part of your career. This is possible thanks to science, but in In the future, in-demand professions will not require a high level of scientific knowledge.
So, we present to your attention the most popular professions of the future that will come out by 2030.
Specialist in Artificial Organs
Very soon, the transplant problem will be solved once and for all. Scientists will find a way to "grow" living body parts that will eventually replace prostheses and artificial organs. Therefore, in the new field of medicine, organ creators, doctors, psychologists, as well as specialists from storage facilities and enterprises for the restoration of damaged transplants will be directly needed.
Nanotechnology will make it easier to create subatomic mechanisms - small robots that will help treat patients and perform preventive examinations. Specialists working with such equipment will be in demand all over the world.
Gene farmers and shepherds
Genetically modified foods promise to be delicious and healthy. For example, in the future, there will be specialists who can grow tomatoes with a vaccine against various diseases, or develop a new breed of cow with medicinal milk enriched with proteins.
Thanks to advances in science and medicine, the life expectancy of an average person will increase by two decades, which means that the number of ageing populations will increase greatly. Older people will need helpers and advisors to take care of their health. They will be well versed in the latest advances in modern medicine, and have a state of knowledge in the fields of medicine, prosthetics, psychology, natural medicine, diet and fitness.
Memory augmentation surgeon
Human memory will become like a computer resource - it will be possible to increase, delete or transfer a part of memories to different media. It is expected that one of the main tasks of surgeons will be to help those whose memory is "overloaded" and interferes with the assimilation of new information.
Expert in scientific ethics
The more global scientific discoveries there are, the more scientists will have to think about ethical issues. Specialists in this field will have to make decisions that are important for all of humanity - whether it is worth continuing studies in this or that area, it is the price of an incredibly high scientific discovery for the whole planet.
Space pilots, architects and guides
Space exploration will bring colossal income and create many jobs. Space tourism will require pilots and guides, and new hotels on Mars or the Moon will require bold and determined architects.
Vertical farm workers
Agriculture in ten years will find itself a new home - skyscrapers in big cities. The idea of "vertical farms" will help to deal with the food problem, as well as significantly ease the main roads. The farmers of the new formation will be specialists in engineering, botany and trade.
Climate Change Specialist
Environmental problems will inevitably lead to climate change. An entire army of workers will be sent to fight these future changes. They will have to implement some rather daring projects - for example, installing giant umbrellas to reflect the sun's rays, or covering the ocean floor with iron sprouts, which will help the reproduction of plankton and algae, which get carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Unfortunately, humanity is not immune from global catastrophes. In case of an epidemic of a dangerous virus, scientists will develop special isolation programs for districts and cities, the implementation of which will be monitored by quarantine specialists.
This article was written in cooperation with Junk Bunk