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Which are the future professions?

Forum-Index General Discussion Which are the future professions?
AkenjanRobet
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Posted: Sat, 28/05/2022 05:52 (2 Months ago)
What is worth studying now in order to be in demand in the future? What fields are developing right now? Do you regret not learning something when you were young?
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archybows
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Posted: Sat, 28/05/2022 20:40 (2 Months ago)
It seems to me something to do with the digital world. Programming, Internet sales, cryptocurrency after all. Something that will give you the opportunity to be in demand anywhere in the world and will not tie you to the office chair. I find it very interesting at all. Difficult, but interesting. Now I have a small online store and I am working with the SEO company "To-The-TOP!" To understand what steps we are taking I myself had to start studying this topic. I had never thought that it is so difficult to promote a website. And people do it, understand it. Here I'm thinking and a profession to learn a similar. In order to always have a backup
AkenjanRobet
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Posted: Sun, 29/05/2022 09:07 (2 Months ago)
I guess so, but the competition in these fields is enormous, and I'm afraid there aren't many opportunities to keep up with those who are already in it. Although I may be wrong. But today only lazy person isn't engaged in cryptocurrency or something like that
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Posted: Mon, 30/05/2022 04:38 (2 Months ago)
I'm not quite so sure, the future will always change from what we expected. Job demands are based on where you live, so research that first. Where I lived, many people that I know are majoring in science, most are going into something medical and the others are going into becoming scientists of some sort.

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Cybergirl
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Posted: Wed, 22/06/2022 08:15 (1 Month ago)
I regret that I did almost nothing in school and could not go to university. I regret that I went into medicine, as my parents wanted me to. I would have liked to be a programmer, not to be stuck in a hospital with perpetually disgruntled patients. It's hard work and not worth the money, at least in my country. And now I want to quit that profession. I am probably most attracted to programming, web design and content moderation. Pretty interesting work - that's your question to answer about the professions of the future. I've read quite a bit about these professions, it's probably moderation that appeals to me the most. You can read about it here https://newmediaservices.com.au/automated-and-live-moderation/ Besides I adore languages and linguistics, I like writing (as you have already noticed), so, I think I would like to work with text.
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Posted: Thu, 30/06/2022 08:34 (1 Month ago)
It seems to me that there will be popular professions in the i ti