Our surroundings are changing rapidly. Against a backdrop of serious concerns about the Eurozone, projecting labor market activity can be particularly tough.
However, changing patterns of employment by occupation are largely dominated by longer-term trends rather than the cyclical position of the economy. To understand the natural evolution of the jobs market — industries and career paths that are becoming extinct versus those that are advancing through a process of natural selection — the jobs landscape needs to be viewed in the context of the most influential macro-trends.
Below are some of the careers that are thriving and dying due to the changing technological, economic, social and business landscape.
- Postal service workers (including sorters, clerks and mail carriers)
- Office and administrative workers (particularly data entry clerks)
- Manufacturing assembly jobs
- Telemarketing and door-to-door sales
- Data scientists
- Research and design managers, particularly in engineering
- Computer programmers and network administrators
- Medical assistants
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