Innovation experts Nesta just published a report which reveals the most in-demand jobs in 2030. Revealing the skills and experience recruiters will look for now – and in the future.
In the Nesta report, Teachers and other public sector jobs fare well against the threat of automation. Robots can’t get their pincers around interpersonal skills just yet.
Millennials are more likely to hit 24-hour gyms than nightclubs. So, we’ll need Personal Trainers to crunch their cores, Sports Therapists to ease strained hammies and Nutritionists to advise on which protein shakes to gulp down.
Automation will impact manual work jobs. But looking at how long it takes that Toyota robot to pour a glass of juice, tradespeople are safe for now. The study shows that skilled tradespeople such as Joiners, Glass Makers and Home Decorators will have work for at least the next 10 years.
As people crave new dining and flavor experiences, the food and drinks industry will boom. Chefs, Bartenders and Baristas tick the most in-demand skills for future employment: with originality, flexibility and management skills.