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Job Markets and The Most Demanding Jobs in The Future

BusinessJob Markets and The Most Demanding Jobs in The Future
  1. Jobs Likely To Be High In Demand In The Next Ten Years
  2. Fastest Declining Jobs In The Future

With the advancement in technology, many jobs will run out of the market in the future. However, looking into emerging fields can give us an insight into possible future jobs in high demand. This article discusses jobs that:

  • Are likely to thrive
  • Might go obsolete

Jobs Likely To Be High In Demand In The Next Ten Years

Teachers

Institutions require more teachers with quality skill sets as the population grows. Also, the demand for this job will not fall due to automation and urbanization. Hence, it is a safe career to pursue in the future. 

The number of students attending post-secondary health schools is increasing rapidly. Hence, job opportunities for health specialty teachers are also growing.  

Average Salary

In 2020, the average annual salary for teachers was $62870. However, in 2021, it increased to $65,090 (by 1.5%) and will continue to rise.

Catering Jobs

As people favor dining in hotels with a pleasing aroma more with time, catering jobs will likely boom. Therefore, jobs such as bartenders, servers, chefs, and food service managers will be in high demand in the future.

However, as predicted, these jobs will likely grow by more than 10%. Therefore, their pay is to increase significantly, too. 

Average Salary

In 2020, the median salary for food service managers was $56,590 annually. For chefs, the annual median wage in 2020 was $53,380.

Trainers for Gyms

Current generations also prefer to stay in shape by hitting the gym. Hence, this will likely create more job opportunities for sports therapists or personal trainers. 

Average Salary

With expectations for this job to grow 21% from 2020 to 2030, its salary will also increase. In 2020, this job paid a mean wage of $91,010 annually. 

Healthcare Professionals

With the increasing population, more healthcare workers will be in demand to provide medical care. Therefore, it is one of the fastest-growing occupations, with a median annual salary of $24,000.

The New York Times states that healthcare has increased about 150% over the past ten years. Not only doctors but also psychiatrists and psychologists are faster. Moreover, the job growth outlook for home health aides is 34%. 

Average Annual Salary

  • Home healthcare aides: $27,080 
  • Nursing Assistants: $30,830
  • Psychiatrists: $33,140
  • Veterinary Technicians: $36,260
  • Medical Assistants: $35,850
  • Paramedics: $36,650
  • Opticians: $38,530
  • Registered Nurses: $75,330
  • Occupational Therapists: $86,280
  • Pharmacists: $128,710
  • Dentists: $16,4010
  • Physicians/Surgeons: Equal to or greater than $208,000

Solar Panel Installers

People are beginning to move towards more renewable resources, and the job market for solar photovoltaic installers is prospering. 

These professionals install solar panels on fields, houses, and other buildings. Along with installing them, they connect the panels to the electrical systems of the building. Moreover, their jobs also include maintenance and troubleshooting. 

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Technological advancements are also likely to improve the quality of the solar panel. Hence, this reduces its costs and further increases its demand. This leads to the expansion of the job market for solar panel installers by 51%. 

Average Annual Salary

The average salary per year is around $46,470.

Data Scientist

Firms need the expertise to manage and analyze their data. Data scientists store and organize unstructured and structured data. This data can then help make future predictions for the firm.