Are you graduating high school soon and wondering what course of higher education to take up? Are you at the stage of choosing the appropriate postgraduate studies and do not know where to follow? Or you just want to advise a close person how to cdecide about their future profession? You need to know that several factors must be taken into consideration when making a career decision. The demand for a given profession is definitely at the top of this list. Eventually, we are already talking about the development of technology and automated tools that will be able to replace employees ...

On our list, however, there are some professions that will never go out of date! Check which of them give you a good chance of finding a job regardless of the development of technology.
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1. Medical sector – a doctor

The demand for qualified medical personnel will always be there. On the one hand, technical knowledge and analysis of tests can be automated. On the other hand, there are elements of health care that computers cannot replace. These are:

  • Caring patient care (empathic approach);
  • Making decisions based on incomplete / unclear data.


Related professions: nurse, psychotherapist, laboratory technician, pharmacist, dietician.
These are professions in which we still lack specialists, despite better and better working conditions. People in need wait for a good therapist for months, and technicians are brought from abroad to come to work in the laboratory.

2. Education sector – a teacher

You must know that the development of technology can change the education system. E-learning and online courses are becoming more and more popular. Computers can teach us mathematics, physics and history. However, there are elements of education that computers are not able to replace. These are:

  • Creating content of online courses;
  • Subjective communication of knowledge about the world, music, art and literature. 


Related professions: kindergarten teacher, creator of teaching programs, lecturer at the university.
These are professions in which you do not have to limit yourself to one place of work. If you have appropriate competences, you can develop your own brand, for example through individual tutoring.
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3. Legal sector – a lawyer

Even if you are not interested in the justice system, you are certainly aware that computers will never replace the activities of state authorities. See what computers will never do:

  • Creating a new law;
  • Making court decisions.


Related professions: politician, security guard, police officer, fire fighter
These are jobs that will always be in demand, because states are unable to function without them.

4. Sports sector - a professional athlete


People love playing sports and watching good games. Can you imagine a football team consisting of robots? Certainly, it could be a kind of curiosity, but after some time we would miss what sport really entails. These are:

  • Opportunity to identify with players;
  • Witnessing overcoming weaknesses and crossing borders.


Related professions: e-sportsperson
An alternative to the profession of an athlete may be an e-sportsperson (a player competing with others in the field of computer games). We will still be able to identify with the players, observe their rivalry, but this time in the virtual world.

5. IT sector- a programmer

You certainly realize that programmer appears in all sets of "future professions". What is most important is the certainty that there will always be a demand for it. Computers and automation are subject to more and more areas of life, but machines cannot replace such elements as:

  • Programming machines / applications;
  • Contact with clients (requirements analysis).


Related professions: webmaster, graphic designer, application tester.