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Career Advice: What Are The Most Lucrative Jobs Of The Future?


If you are looking for work, then you know what a difficult time it can be. The truth is, we have all been there. It can be a surprisingly difficult task getting yourself a decent job which you are happy to stay with for long. However, there is always an ideal job for everyone. One of the major things that you need to bear in mind is whether or not your job will have much of a place in the near future. With the way things are ever rapidly changing, it makes sense to find a career which will last. It goes without saying that many of the jobs that will last are in the fields of communication and technology. However, that is not always the case. If you are keen to know what jobs are likely to be well-paid in the near future, then read on. Let’s take a look now at some of the best.

The field of telecommunications is already big business, and it only looks set to increase. As the popularity of the Internet grows and grows, so too will this area of work. The truth is, there are countless kinds of jobs you could have in this area of work. You really are spoilt for choice. On the ground, you could simply be laying the cables which are necessary for people and businesses to have access to the Internet. If you choose this career, you will need an open cabling licence as well as other qualifications. This is essential work which is likely to be well favoured in the future. Getting in there early might well serve you well in the long run.


Digital Architect
Looking at where technology is used to enhance existing fields of work, we come across one great example. Digital architects spend their lives making digital renderings of planned buildings and structures. The main difference between them and traditional architects is that they only use digital means for producing their work. This is a profession which is likely to become more and more in demand as time goes on. If you are someone who has a way with computers and a degree in architecture, then this could be the job for you.

Waste Data Handler
Let’s now take a look at some of those jobs which are only just starting to come into existence. One such job is that of the waste data handler. If you have never heard of this profession before, you are probably not alone. However, it is a job which more and more companies are rapidly seeing the benefit of. The main duties of a waste data handler are to ensure that all wasted data is disposed of in a responsible and secure manner. This issue is becoming more important with a heavier reliance on digital data. As such, it is a job which might well be hugely favoured not far into the future.

If you are qualified in medicine, then there is a job which you might find interesting. A nano-medic creates very small implants to insert in bodies. These implants are generally for the sake of health monitoring and self-medication. It looks as though this will be one of the most lucrative jobs of the next one hundred years.


This is a contributed post, written by Laura Scott.

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