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In the past, careers were stable, linear and singular.

People chose
one path and pursued it over the course of their lives from college to
retirement.

Careers are now complex, fragmented, specialized, collaborative and


ever evolving. More often than not, our work life will be made up of a
portfolio of micro-careers.

Professions of "the future" are on the one hand those that survive,
on the other those yet to be born.
Such professions, which are expected to demand in the labor market
in the future
Untouchablesare people whose jobs cannot be outsourced,
digitized or automated.

Salary: How much do people earn on average in the job?


Job opportunities: How much is the job expected to grow in terms of
the number of people employed, and which jobs have the greatest
recruitment demand?

Business need: Which jobs do employers say are difficult to fill


because of lack of candidates with the right skills and experience?

You should be able to distinguish a trend from the actual needs of


the labor market.
There is also no need to create unnecessary number of staff with
higher education if the labor market is not able to absorb it.

You should be aware that due to the reduction of costs, wherever


possible, relocation of activity will be done in the virtual world.
Nobody will hesitate to replace the human by machine when it is
justified by economic calculation.

BASIC PROFESSIONS, which are unchanged, widely popular,


regardless of the condition of the economy, will inspire occupations
related to satisfying basic human needs: doctor, nurse, seller,
electrician, gardener, etc.
CHANGING JOBS based on the achievements of previous years or
are the result of mergers of different specializations
NEW JOBS emerging on the market
The demand for occupations not related to the basic needs depends
mainly on the economic condition (growing or shrinking). Installer,
soldier, driver, constructor
The main factors that influence the labor market are: globalization,
technology and demography.
The social and economic changes affect all professions. However,
the IT development exerted the greatest influence on the formation
of a new professional specializations.
There is no profession that does not touch any "hand" of
computerization and technology development.

Type of work: the kind of work that makes the best use of one's
abilities and gives one a feeling of accomplishment.
Security: having a job that provides a steady employment.
Company: working for a company that has a good reputation, that
one can be proud of working for.
Advancement: being able to progress in one's job or career, having
the chance to advance in the company.
Coworkers: having coworkers who are competent and congenial.
Pay: being paid at least enough to meet one's needs, and being paid
fairly in comparison to others.
Supervision: having an immediate supervisor who is competent,
considerate, and fair.
Hours: having working hours that allow one enough time with family
and/or time to pursue other strong interests and live one's preferred
lifestyle.
Benefits: having benefits that meet one's needs and compare well
with those of others.
Working Conditions: having physical working conditions that are
safe, not injurious to health, not stressful, and even comfortable.

Rewilder
The rewilder's job will help undo the damage that humans have
caused to the countryside.
Telesurgeon
Telesurgery allows trained surgeons to operate on patients remotely
using robotic arms, a master controller and a sensory system
Media Remixer
A media remixer takes the job of DJ or VJ to another level by
remixing various forms of media into one cohesive new project.
These remixers will bring together audio, video, images and
augmented reality to create projects ranging from marketing
campaigns to wedding entertainment to installation art. These
remixers will likely work in a freelance capacity, and will need to be
self-driven and able to juggle multiple projects at once.