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----- The job market is constantly changing: the skills which were needed to succeed in the past are largely different from the skills needed to stand out today. Likewise, jobs of the future will require a completely different set of skills.
So, that’s just what we did: based on the current trends on the job market, we’ve compiled a list of skills that will be among the most valuable in the future.
Number 1. Artificial Intelligence (02:08)
Those with the skills to create and implement AI systems will be in high demand in the future as employers continue to seek ways in which they can streamline their workflows.
Number 2. Cloud Computing (02:54)
In an increasingly digitized world, skills in cloud computing are in great demand now and will only be more so in the future.
Number 3. Sales Leadership and Marketing (03:44)
Sales and marketing might not sound as futuristic as AI and cloud computing, but they’ll still be viable career options in 10 years. That is because these skills cannot be automated — at least for now.
Number 4. Mobile App Development (04:40)
The mobile app industry continues to grow, as phones and tablets are becoming the main means of both communication and entertainment.
Number 5. Video Production (05:31)
The ability to record, edit, and produce a video will be even more valuable in the future.
Number 6. User Interface Design (06:12)
User interface (UI) design is crucial in making the digital world accessible and convenient.
Number 7. SEO & SEM Marketing (06:57)
As more and more companies are realizing that the internet is where they should advertise the most, the demand for people with SEO & Search Engine Marketing skills is growing.
Number 8. Industrial Design (07:41)
It’s a creative and important job, and we have no doubt that industrial designers will continue to flourish on the job market.
Number 9. Translation (08:20)
Whether it’s for website customization or content writing, speaking two or more languages will certainly pay off in the future.
Number 10. People Management (08:59)
No business can be successful without its committed employees, so those who can create a positive and efficient working environment will do very well in the future.
Number 11. Healthcare and Nursing (09:37)
By looking at the state of the world’s aging population, healthcare and nursing jobs will be in even greater demand in 10 years.
Number 12. Emotional Intelligence (10:21)
Such skills are extremely important for those in leadership positions, as they manifest in one’s ability to increase team morale and, in turn, company revenue.
Number 13. Creativity (11:15)
Creativity is actually a valuable skill to have across many professions and industries, as it means having the ability to think of new ways of performing tasks and solving problems.
Number 14. Resilience, Stress Tolerance, and Flexibility (11:57)
Resilience, stress tolerance, and flexibility are skills you will have to develop in order to be a successful person in the future.
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