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Will Your Job Still Exist In 10 Years? What Will Be The Next Job To Go?
 
# 1 : Tuesday 7-3-2017 @ 10:40
 
 
Cobblers are all but gone.
So are video-rental shops.

It's the circle of life.
a) can you think of another job that will become redundant in the next decade?
b) have you picked a career where you know there will be always be work, or do you feel your job is being phased out by progress?

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# 2 : Tuesday 7-3-2017 @ 11:38
 
 
Id be surprised if the postman will last, at least not with an everyday service . With emails, parcel motel and the likes of Amazon drone delivery service their days must be numbered.
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# 3 : Tuesday 7-3-2017 @ 12:28
 
 
Is the Amazon delivery girl not turning into a private postwoman?
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# 4 : Tuesday 7-3-2017 @ 21:10
 
 
Drivers?
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# 5 : Tuesday 7-3-2017 @ 21:28
 
 
Someone said :
Drivers?

We still got a decade or two left in us.
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# 6 : Wednesday 8-3-2017 @ 07:53
 
 
I'm a social care worker. My job wont dissappear. They will need thousands more of us with an ageing population.
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# 7 : Wednesday 8-3-2017 @ 14:19
 
 
I wouldn't be so sure ...

http://i.imgur.com/ZeSy3Zu.gifv
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# 8 : Thursday 9-3-2017 @ 09:29
 
 
Someone said :
I wouldn't be so sure ...

http://i.imgur.com/ZeSy3Zu.gifv

I dont feed babies

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# 9 : Thursday 9-3-2017 @ 11:42
 
 
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# 10 : Friday 10-3-2017 @ 03:20
 
 
We're all going to be slaves and/or dead to the Super intelligence we accidentally create.
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# 11 : Sunday 12-3-2017 @ 19:21
 
 
Someone said :

I dont feed babies


Still it is very likely that AI and androids will be more available and versatile carers, and maybe less biased social workers too!

Someone said :
We're all going to be slaves and/or dead to the Super intelligence we accidentally create.

If only it was not intentional...
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# 12 : Sunday 12-3-2017 @ 19:52
 
 
Someone said :
We're all going to be slaves and/or dead to the Super intelligence we accidentally create.

Well there'll be lots of jobs for us then.
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# 13 : Monday 13-3-2017 @ 00:26
 
 
Someone said :
Cobblers are all but gone.
So are video-rental shops.

It's the circle of life.
a) can you think of another job that will become redundant in the next decade?
b) have you picked a career where you know there will be always be work, or do you feel your job is being phased out by progress?

a) Checkout operators (self checkout all the way)
b) until the AI learns how to lay cable and manage networks, I'm gold.

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# 14 : Monday 13-3-2017 @ 23:02
 
 
Someone said :

Still it is very likely that AI and androids will be more available and versatile carers, and maybe less biased social workers too!

I dont understand any point you make

How do AI and androids provide social care? What do you mean by versatile carers? Whats your point about biased social workers about?
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# 15 : Tuesday 14-3-2017 @ 12:52
 
 
The big crash will come when the truck drivers and the delivery van guys lose their jobs to drones and driver-less vehicles. I think its something like 4 million jobs in America that will just vanish.

I read a few years ago we could be looking at a return to pre-industrial times where the majority of people work for very rich people, doing the mundane jobs that they don't want to do.

Or, I guess there's always welfare.
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