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What are the jobs of the future?

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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote May 20, 2010
    • As I see unemployment rising, entire industries being re defined or becoming obsolete, and companies outsourcing work to other countries I wonder exactly what our work force will be doing 10, 20, 30 years from now and beyond. And for young people just entering college - how do they decide where to focus their education to better their chances of obtaining work when they graduate?




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote May 20, 2010
    • Here’s a link to a really good article I discovered. [Link Removed]

      It’s a little long but packed with great information.


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      Carine Nadel wrote May 20, 2010
    • obviously publishing is changing to the point where us freelancers won’t be earning a living!  at 52-I’m having trouble just getting interviews.

      I think health and safety jobs will always be here




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      Maryann Rhodey wrote May 21, 2010
    • Cynthia, I think a lot of jobs will be in the green industry.  So many companies are popping up for green construction, green products for your home, business, etc.  Also alternative energy is growing.  There are also a lot of science related jobs for nano technology, environment studies, water studies, other means of energy.  There are more and more schools who are offering environmental studies and then of course all of the technology studies continue to grow as more is discovered.




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      Tracy Lynn Brown wrote May 27, 2010
    • I still kinda figured that the medial fields will still be there. But not what i do, cnas, i guess we are a dime a dozen now. but nursing and the higher fields.




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