Forecasts of futurologists, the most demanded professionals in the future is a city-farmers, agrodiversity, designers and operators of robots.
There is a place and a designer of virtual reality, as well as professionals of the it sector.
This was told in the Central office of the State employment service.
“According to forecasts, in the near future will demand engineers for environmental restoration, agroclimatic, city farmers, breeders, hydroponics, biochemists, urbanists, environmentalists, specialists of the it sector, nano-doctors, geneticists, designers, virtual reality, financial analysts, crisis managers , business coaches, designers and operators of robots, operators of unmanned vehicles, service engineers for robotics,” — said in the public service.
Experts predict that the freelance will become even more popular (especially experts such as programmers, designers, analysts, proofreaders, artists, photographers, copywriters, journalists, administrators of social networks, online consultants, interviewers, call managers).
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