A US study reveals the most promising professions for the future.
The North American organizational consultant Sparks and Honey has launched a study that pointed to the 20 most promising careers for the future. Although some of them are not yet established in the marketplace, for all the professions mentioned, there is one thing in common: they flee from the old career model, where people formed in a particular area and followed this path for the rest of their professional lives.
The tendency is for the professions to be increasingly cross-cutting and fragmented, ie covering a number of areas. In addition, there will be a need for increasingly specialized professionals.
Next, check out the list of the 10 most promising careers for the future, according to Sparks and Honey, and see if any combine with you:
1. Productivity consultants
Specialists in technologies and solutions capable of improving the performance of companies and their employees.
2. Digital Curators
They make a selection of digital content and tools, chosen according to the client’s career or personality.
3. Digital death managers
They take care of the online content of deceased users.
4. Corporate Disruptors
They are responsible for encouraging companies to abandon their embedded hierarchies and to start operating in a more flexible environment, such as new companies and startups.
5. Tutors of curiosity
He is a kind of creativity coach, who is hired to bring to his client content that stimulates his curiosity.
6. Alternative Currency Speculators
Specialist in investments and digital currencies, such as bitcoin.
7. Specialist in Crowdfunding
Works with the Crowdfunding online platform, used to capture and offer investments to entrepreneurship projects, social causes and other initiatives.
8. Drone Operators
Will be hired to pilot small ships, especially in urban areas.
9. Privacy Consultants
Professional able to assess risks online or physical and guide your client based on these analyzes.
10. Skype Coaches
A kind of personal coach hired to prepare the client for interviews or meetings through the Skype platform, indicating the best way to behave in front of the cameras during the conference.