aNewDomain.net — Earlier this week, I wrote about seven jobs that are going away fast. Bots are taking them over. I followed that up with an essay about how artificially-intelligent machines will never emulate the creativity, resilience and emotional intelligence unique to humans. Creative people will retain creative jobs. And there will be new jobs to do, too.
On that note, check out the 10 Rad Jobs of the Future infographic, courtesy of the folks at TheUnderCoverRecruiter. It describes some wild — and uniquely human — jobs that will be available to you in the next 10 to 25 years.
These include careers in urban farming, garbage mining, remote drone piloting and creating alternative realities, just to name a few. But don’t let me ruin it for you.
Here’s the 10 Rad Jobs of the Future infographic. Check it out. Makes you glad to be alive, doesn’t it? And hopeful. Really.
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This is amazing. Thank you, Mr. Michaelis.
I don’t worry much about the bots. Wait till they get replaced by the next generation of technology. We’ll have a very strong ally then.
Have you noticed also that bots don’t take responsibility for their mistakes?
[…] The whole thing is proof that “personality architect” really will be a viable job of the future, as my colleague David Michaelis pointed in his Worry Not About the Bot: Rad Jobs of the Future piece. […]