Explore the world of work in 2025 in a revealing evidence-based report by future consultants The Future Laboratory and Microsoft, which identifies and investigates ten exciting, inspiring and astounding jobs for the graduates of tomorrow – but that don’t exist yet.
By 2025, virtual habitat design will offer some of the most exciting and creative career prospects in a global industry that will be producing millions of new jobs.
‘These designers will be the superstar pioneers of the industry, leaving behind game design and joining product teams to create exciting new entertainment, work and learning environments,’ says Dave Miller, recruiter at Artefact.
Ethical Technology Advocates
Ethical Technology Advocates will be mankind’s go- betweens with a wave of robots and arti cial intelligence applications that will be helping to run our complex and connected world by 2025.
One of their key jobs will be to negotiate our delicate relationship with the robots by setting the moral and ethical rules under which the machines – and their makers – operate and exist.
Digital Cultural Commentator
In the 2020s, Digital Cultural Commentator will be the secret weapon that both brands and centres of high culture will use to cut through the cacophony of online white noise to talk effectively to tomorrow’s audience.
Masters of the next generation of visual social media, they will be able to bridge the gap between the arts and a digitally savvy public by using simple, impactful images to communicate complex and challenging ideas.
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