Top Ten Jobs that Could Survive in the FutureFrom the next several decades or to the next century, almost every currently existing jobs could possibly be automated. This includes more than half of the common basic jobs in the entire world. Fortunately in the long run, some jobs could survive in the far future and will stay for at least several centuries or even more. Note that these are just predictions, and they could be inaccurate as the time passes more so.
Maybe, or maybe not. Machines may require intricate precision to brush, clean, or extract one's teeth without a guidance of human interaction. Although a portion could be automated for basic cleaning procedures, so it should be guaranteed this career may survive long enough.
This may be the few or even the only low-paying job that may survive even in the far future. Robots generally aren't good enough to raise a baby or a small child. Still, a human babysitter should still observe and care of the child in order for him/her to flourish both mentally and physically properly.
Replacing therapists with automation most likely won't be effective since robots may not relate to other people's problems. People have different problems whether it's mental health or anything that's traumatizing. Even with intense machine-learning, it just wouldn't work out as they would most likely be uncomfortable interacting with a robot. The same goes with other mental health careers.
Science is a wide branch, so we are going specifically for neuroscientists, chemists, etc. Even in the next or so decades, the brain is still mysterious of how it really works and even with machine learning that's equivalent to humans, automation wouldn't really get a proper grasp on the brain.
If you unfortunately encounter an accident that leads to physical injury, it would sure be scary to see robots doing most of the surgery. It should be also notable that robots aren't really 100% perfect, even with intelligence higher than humans, misdiagnosis can happen frequently as well other errors. A portion of the healthcare workforce could most likely be automated, but at least there's more free time for the doctors.
I'm a carer for the elderly; I couldn't imagine there being no support for the sick, disabled, vulnerable and the aged.
In the next decades, heavy machinery, vertical farming, and automated farming of crops may be the norm now, but I doubt that robots are able to take care of livestock as some may become unpredictable, and caring for a sick animal could be potentially tricky for robots. Somebody always has to watch the farm for sure.
Even in the few decades or a century, robots may probably not be able to handle political discussions or may have not rights to participate in human politics, so it's highly likely politicans will survive long in this case.
In the next few decades, machine learning would be likely, but robots may not be smart enough to manage especially a big company. Who knows for sure?
I'd doubt that a robot would have enough personality compared to a human actor, so this career may last long, just enough...
Because no one really is interested of watching youtube channels powered by steel-built monotonic speaking personalities, or maybe a few at least. This career most likely wouldn't be entirely automated, sorry future cyborgs.
It typically requires good precision and dexterity skills to be a surgeon. Same as dentists, this will survive long enough for more than several decades or a century.