Zoology, Finance , banking attracts students only who are zombies. So IT specialists, like thousands of IITians who join finance, will rise to the top because of their basic intelligence and not for any learnt skills. But, at times other avenues can give you a better opportunity
In the future, energy sector alone has the potential to support 20 million jobs by 2030 and trillions of dollars in revenue, analysts estimate.
The trouble is that IT is all the craze today. The best students go there.Everybody today is full of IT, Big Data, Cloud Computing and the like. The new generations have the competitive edge because they know that pieces of a byte.
In computer companies, the best and most effective employees will be the computers. A human presence will be needed only to jump to unwarranted conclusions, to think out of the box.
• New skills and mindsets are needed for the future
• Education and training is becoming ever more important
• New capabilities are needed for new jobs of the future
• Digital literacy is needed alongside numeracy and literacy
• Challenging perceptions and norms about job types
• workforce participation in vulnerable demographics
Work will mean managing a tribe, creating a movement and operating in teams to change the world. Anything less is going to be outsourced to someone a lot cheaper and a lot less privileged .There are no jobs in the future for the privileged.The Future of Work is a theme which one needs to come back to again and again.
In the future, the only jobs left will be green. In the energy sector alone, the deployment of new technologies, like wind and solar power, has the potential to support 20 million jobs by 2030 and trillions of dollars in revenue, analysts estimate.
Averting catastrophic climate change will generate far more jobs by 2050, as we must deploy more than 10,000 GW of clean energy. We still have to make the transition off fossil fuels, but on top of that we will have to have to make probably 10 times as much investment in sea walls, levees, relocating people and cities, and in reducing future misery.
The inevitable transition to a low carbon, low-fossil-fuel, water- and resource-efficient economy is apparently lost on many in the media.
“Is Obama’s Bet On Green Jobs Risky?”