Up to 85 percent of the jobs that today's college students will have in 11 years haven't been invented yet. That's according to a panel of experts assembled by the Institute for the Future, although an exact percentage is impossible to predict.
The IFTF, a nonprofit that seeks to identify emerging trends and their impacts on global society, forecasts that many of the tasks and duties of the jobs that today's young people will hold in 2030 don't exist right now.
“Those who plan to work for the next 50 years, they have to have a mindset of like, ‘I’m going to be working and learning and working and learning, and working and learning,' in order to make a career,” says Rachel Maguire, a research director with IFTF.
By 2030, we'll likely be living in a world where artificial assistants help us with almost every task, not unlike the way email tries to finish spelling a word for users today.
Maguire says it will be like having an assistant working alongside you, taking on tasks at which the human brain does not excel.
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