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The world of work is changing. We’re guessing it’s probably not the first time you’ve heard this. Instead of going into detail on how and why we’re going to cut to the chase and give you a list of surprising jobs that are likely to continue to grow even as technology, automation and globalisation impact the nature of work. So drum roll please... What are some surprising jobs that are likely to grow into the future.
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Surprising Jobs of the Future

The world of work is changing. We’re guessing it’s probably not the first time you’ve heard this. Instead of going into detail on how and why we’re going to cut to the chase and give you a list of surprising jobs that are likely to continue to grow even as technology, automation and globalisation impact the nature of work.

What are some surprising jobs that are likely to grow into the future?

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Policy Officer

Social, economic and industry trends around the globe will continue to need creative and brilliant minds to advise governments on how to develop policies to guide the rules and principles of government. This is a great role for someone hoping to make a large positive impact on some of the worlds most complex problems.

Emergency Management Specialist

The need to plan and coordinate responses to natural or man-made disasters or emergency situations is an essential role set to increase if you’re up for the challenge.

 

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Plumber

Everyone has a toilet. As populations rise and urban density increases the need for plumbing will continue to increase. This is similar to a lot of key trades that will continue to play an important role in urban and regional development.

Food Scientist

Food scientists will be an essential part of the future economy. Food security and food innovation are hot topics right now which are going to be integral in meeting the demands of growing populations. This is a job and industry set to keep growing into the future.

 

Data Scientist

Whether it’s pandemic forecasting, marketing campaigns or urban planning, data is increasingly being used to inform and justify decision making. Those dealing with data modelling and analysis will be highly in demand across many industries.

Funeral Home Director or Assistant

The human touch is essential when saying goodbye to a loved one. With ageing populations and a growing global population, the need for respectful and empathetic funeral home directors and assistants is likely to rise.

 

Although many industries have suffered badly due to COVID-19, there are also many areas which have grown as a result. If you want to explore more roles check out https://careerhq.com.au/careers-database