Development of science and technology has always been impacting the type of available jobs in the world. Even at the moment, we have so many jobs available in our world that our grandparents might have never imagined having. In this article am going to focus on a few jobs in the future due to the advancement of science.
1 IT project management: You don't necessarily need a degree in IT for this, it's about communication, planning, and organization. Accounts for one in seven jobs in the industry.
2 Anthropology: The study of people can take you into almost any career path, anywhere in the world, including education, health care, museum curation, social work, international development, government, organizational psychology, non-profit management, marketing, publishing, and forensics.
3 Software Systems Developers: They develop or modify software systems – that run computers or other technologies like phones, network routers, and switches – for companies, industry and the public sector.
4 Software Tester: One in every five jobs in the IT industry. They set out to find software bugs, errors or other defects before a package goes on the market.
5 Technical Support: Service provided by a hardware or software company to support users and customers after a package is on the market.
6 Hard Science: With 120 pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and 250 medical device firms, the job opportunities are vast and varied here. Scores of research and scientific projects are also funded by Science Foundation Ireland. (See case study.)
7 Epidemiologist: Uncover the cause and effects of various diseases, ailments, and illnesses, like the dreaded avian flu.
And this list might go on...