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  • 1. The shape of jobs to come
    Sandra Molano
    Septiembre 30 de 2011
  • 2. 1. Purpose of thestudy
    2. An era of Oportunity
    3. Objectives
    4. Theworld in 2030
    5. Theshape of jobsto come
    Content
  • 3. The purpose of this report is to highlight examples of the kinds of jobs, careers and professions that arise in the period from 2010 to 2030.
    The report was commissioned as part of the Science: [So what? So everything] campaign which is funded by the Department for Business Innovation and Skills of UK.
    Purpose of the Study
  • 4. The study highlights that we are entering a new era for science and technology.
    The centrality of science and technology in helping to tackle the most pressing planetary challenges: poverty, clean water, environment, human health, climate change, energy supply and transport.
    An Era of Opportunity
  • 5. Conduct a “horizon scan” to identify a sample of key advances in science in the period f 2010 - 2030.
    Identify a long list of “jobs of the future‘ - highlighting “Jobs that don‘t yet Exist‘ and current jobs that could become more prominent over the next two decades.
    Develop more detailed profiles of a representative sample of twenty jobs.
    Objectives
  • 6. The study chose to adopt an existing scanning framework which it’s used and kept updated on a continuous basis. This framework takes the key global trends and developments shaping our world and groups them under the following ten key patterns of change:
    1. Demographic Shifts
    2. Economic Turbulence
    3. Politics Gets Complex
    4. Business 3.0 – An Expanding Agenda
    5. Science and Technology go Mainstream
    6. Generational Crossroads
    7. Rethinking Talent, Education and Training
    8. Global Expansion of Electronic Media
    9. A Society in Transition
    10. Natural Resource Challenges
    The World in 2030
  • 7. The Shape of
    jobs to
    come
  • 8. Due to the huge advances being made in bio-tissues, robotics and plastics, the creation of high performing body parts - from organs to limbs - will soon be possible, requiring body part makers, body part stores and body part repair shops.
    Body Part Maker
  • 9. Advances in nanotechnology offer the potential for a range of sub-atomic 'nanoscale' devices, inserts and procedures that could transform healthcare.
    A new range of nano-medicine specialists will be required to administer these treatments.
    Nano-Medic
  • 10. Pharmers are the next generation of farmers who will raise crops and livestock that have been genetically engineered to improve food yields and “grow” therapeutic proteins, pharmaceuticals and chemicals.
    Pharmer of Genetically Engineered Crops and Livestock