Machines aren’t great at the creative side of things, so if you have any natural talent for painting, making music or writing, your career path should be safe. Being creative, in any aspect of your role, can help to future-proof your career. This means, if you’re a marketing professional, you stand a good chance of keeping your job in the next 10 years if you bring something creative to the table. While much of your job may one day be automated, you may find you have more time for creativity if you can convince your bosses why you are superior to a machine.
The rise of the robots and widespread automation needn’t be something scary. If you’re creative in the way you approach your career, it can even be an exciting thing. Whether you’re at the start of your career or if you’re thinking about a career change, there’s no need to panic. Changes always happen gradually, so you don’t need to worry about your job disappearing overnight, however, you should keep an eye on developments in your industry so you don’t get caught out. One thing’s for sure, in 50 years time, there will be far fewer tedious jobs to worry about, so we have that to look forward to!
Author Bio: Alice Porter is a mobile app development specialist and is keen on encouraging others to join to technology sector as their career.