The world is changing rapidly: a person is replaced by robots, paper money – plastic cards, taxi drivers – autopilot. What professions will be in demand in the long term and what to
do if you are the humanitarium, the Snob project found out at the lecture of Alena Vladimir’s “Professions of the Future”.
- Professions in which a clear algorithm of actions is set will be a thing of the past, and all the professions that require creativity and knowledge of IT technologies will be in demand.
- The largest number of professional personnel will require such industries as agriculture, robotics, medicine, energy and raw materials.
- Choosing a university, look for the one who has international ties, and teachers work in successful companies. So you will have more chances to find a job after studying.
The founder of the Pruffi recruiting agency Alena Vladimirskaya knows a lot about what is happening in the Internet technology market and not only. She gave a lecture “Profession of the Future”. Snob published Decryption of the lecture.
Professions of the past
There are practically no disputes about which professions will be in demand after 5, 10, 20 years. The problem is not what kind of profession it is. The problem in the so -called “curse of the parents”. What it is? The curse of parents is the programming of children under their past. We proceed from the fact that there are some professions that will always give our child a faithful piece of bread, happiness, demand. Most of these specialties are dying now. Parents, please stop programming children at the professions of the past that will give a poor and gloomy existence.
We have already entered the scientific revolution, technologies are changing very quickly, and adolescents who are now 15-18 years old have every chance to jump up to an yet existing train. It’s a good news.
And there is bad news. The problem of the scientific revolution is that technology and roboticism are cheating in all performing professions, sphere behind the sphere. Step by step mechanical routine work is leaving. Therefore, young people will have to compete not only with the same graduates, not only with those who work five years longer, but also with soulless glands.