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What do the roles of the future look like?

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According to RS Components, the generation today is working towards a new and exciting landscape of potential jobs – some of which don’t even exist yet.

As technology continues to advance at a staggering rate, the outlook on the jobs sector will adapt to support new breakthroughs in society. On that note, RS has identified the careers you should be aiming for in a technological future. Some of which include:

Social media lawyer

With a staggering 5.8 million cybercrimes a year, and Facebook and Twitter getting incidents reported every 45 minutes, cyber lawsuits are set to increase along with the number of lawyers in this industry.

Virtual teacher

The days of the blackboard are well behind us and whilst schools already have interactive whiteboards, laptops and iPads for students to use, this digitisation will focus even more on online classrooms and lessons.

Space tourism guide

Space will soon become the next holiday destination with the likes of Virgin Galactic emerging. For travel and tourism, roles will literally be entering a whole new world.

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Other potential jobs that RS has shared in this release are:

  • Pharmer
  • Self-driving car mechanic
  • Space miner
  • Climate change reversal specialist
  • Space junk recycler
  • Autonomous transportation specialist
  • Drone Manager
  • Neuro enhancer
  • Time broker
  • eSport athlete
  • AI personality writer
  • Private industry air traffic control

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