Job of the futureIn an article from Fast Company, they have cited six jobs that they think wont exist in 2016. Well, their list is interesting, but lets just think about this for a minute. How many jobs that were critical at the turn of the century, dont exist today. Much money and time is spent on getting people trained up to do these jobs and a decade or two later, all is lost. Think of what air travel did to the railways and sea travel, think of what home theatres are doing to Movie theatres and by 2016,will we still be going to movies? Maybe we can run a list on this blog of which jobs we think will be redundant by 2016.
So, the FC list is interesting, I have put it below, but click on the link to see the FC article:

TV schedulers, A&R guys, Wall Street researchers, cool hunters. As punishment, now it’s our turn to ram stuff down your throats. Hope you like Bon Jovi!
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Advertising creatives
Talented amateurs making ads for fun and posting them online seem to be better at your job than you are. Bonus: No more “whither the 30-second spot” whining.
Auto mechanics
As cars run on software, the grease monkey will need a makeover.
U.S. high-tech jobs
But software engineers can always get a job down at the garage.
Indian call-center operators
American customer service is rescued from oxymoron status as companies realize that being nice to the people with the money is the only way to win.

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