Jobs of the future will have good jobs that will really help and some that are not so great.a job that will really change and help the fututre is Nano-Medic. this will help doctors to go into smaller places and to make more complicated surguries, this will really be able to change someones life. A job that will not really help in the future is Virtual Lawyer because many bad things can happen when you are on the computer and you really need to be eye to eye with your lawyer so that he can really help you.Nicolas Junghahnperiod:4
Meredith LeeDr.O- Pd.4Honors BiologyAugust 24, 2010A Memory Augmentation Surgeon seems like a likely future job and although the future jobs website talks about information overload as the primary use for this surgeon by adding memory to the patient, I think it would be most beneficial to people with memory loss due to Alzheimer's because more people are becoming diagnosed with disease and are still living long lives while have declining mental function. If scientists could find a way to correct the Hippocampus part of the brain that affects the daily functions of people, it would benefit the patients as well as their families. Not only could memory augmentation benefit people with memory loss, it could increase the memory capacity to those who are suffering from the information overload. It would probably be very expensive because of the risks but I feel it would be possible.Citations-http://futuresavvy.net/2009/08/jobs-of-the-future-technology-enabled-employment-for-2020-2030/http://www.nia.nih.gov/alzheimers/publications/adfact.htm
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Maria RudnikasPd.48/25/10 Mrs. OBio. Honors.Jobs of the FutureAfter reading all of the jobs that were listed, i feel that the 'Quarantine Enforcer' will be the most likely to be popular. Every year 5%-20% of the population in the U.S. get the flu, about 200,000 are hospitalized and about 36,000 die. With quarantine enforcers, there would be someone to 'guard the gates' and keep everything in order.http://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/qa/disease.htmhttp://futuresavvy.net/2009/08/jobs-of-the-future-technology-enabled-employment-for-2020-2030/
One career that i found very interesting was the Experimental Petrologist, this career is all about finding other planets that could be inhabitable by humans. To do this Experimental Petrologist examine rocks from meteorites to determine their age and the type of atmospheric gas the rock was exposed to. Up to this date, Mars has been showing great potential. Another interesting career is Space Architect. These architect design buildings for space, which are free floating structures with no gravity, it is like creating homes with six walls, floors, or ceilings. Furthermore, being a Teleport Specialist would be very interesting, these individuals will work a machines that are capable of recreating an individual's atoms in another location. For this career, people will need to have a background in quantum atom optics. A final career that seems very interesting is becoming an alternative vehicle developer. This career will eventually be able to hopefully develop cars moving at the speed of light and having highways in the air. But for now, people in this career are studying automotive technology, alternative fuels technology and motorsport education. For me these careers are so interesting because they are so wild and out there, and people in these careers will be able to do things that have been fantasized for decades now, like living in space and accomplish teleportation.
Kyra Reifenberg P.4 If the jobs listed in "Jobs of the Future" were to actually occur it would change they way the world functions. If the job "Body Part Maker" were created it would give people with disabilities a chance to do things that they would not have been able to do other wise. Some of the jobs would be interesting to see come true because it is hard to imagine, such as the "Weather Modification Police" the ability to change weather.
Aaron PerlDr. OchattPeriod 4August 25, 2010Honors BiologyJobs of the futureAs the future approaches, jobs like these may be available, but most would not exist in the close future. Some of these jobs would require extensive training and advances in technology. Nano medics and other surgical jobs would require high amounts of preparing, as a few nano or even micrometers can make the surgery go horribly wrong. Other jobs, like the virtual clutter organiser may prove to be useless, as many recent chat, email, blog, and other forms of media related programs have incorporated an organisation feature. Even some operating systems already have built in organisation operations, such as sorting lists by name, date, file size, and other options. However, other jobs like the automated systems manager are visible in the near future, as creating a smart highway that can automatically take you to a destination is very possible currently. All they would require is a pathfinding AI that can avoid other cars and direct movement to minimize delays, and the money to fund the project.
Joseph AbinaderMrs. OHonors Biology8/25/2010Jobs of the FutureBrowsing through these jobs and their description led me to believe, and despite the fact that they sound useful and some even practical, that most seem to be too hard to achieve without a huge scientific brake through in the next twenty years. Some ideas are going to be very controversial such as organ creation which is similar to stem cell research that you may know to be a widely controversial and debated topic. Others are impossible to achieve, i.e. the idea of Memory Augmentation Surgeon falls under this category reason being is we cannot even access a human’s memory physically yet, brain surgery is an extensive and highly risky process. Taking the chance might not be worth it at all.http://futuresavvy.net/2009/08/jobs-of-the-future-technology-enabled-employment-for-2020-2030/
Freddy Albionp.4Honors Bio8/26/10After looking at the jobs of the future, the Memory Augmentation surgeon looks like its going to be a very popular service, for many people have memory loss. Increasing their memory size will help many senior citizens, and all the rest of the world in need. Also, post-war veterans may be in need for the memory removal of war trama and terrible memories. The only problem is that I do not see the ability to read peoples minds and memories coming in the near future, which makes this job a little more futuristic and very hard to achieve.http://futuresavvy.net/2009/08/jobs-of-the-future-technology-enabled-employment-for-2020-2030/