Tips for Finding Jobs That Will Not Be Automated

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Tips for Finding Jobs That Will Not Be Automated

29 November 2016
 Categories: Business, Blog

If you are considering going to college or a university, you are likely going to make a large financial investment. College can be extremely expensive, and you might have to take on debt in order to successfully be able to pay for it. This debt tends to be worth it because, in the long run, you will make more money with a college degree. However, you will not be able to pay back your debt if you cannot find a job. With the rise of artificial intelligence and the improved ability of machines to do work, you might worry about your job being automated. Here are some tips for choosing a college major that will decrease the chances of your job being automated while you are in the work force.

1. Stay Away from Jobs That Have a Lot of Routine

The easiest jobs to automate are jobs that involve you doing the same thing every single day. If you look at the typical jobs for particular majors and see that a lot of those jobs involve doing three to five tasks that do not vary from day to day, then you might want to avoid that major. Although computing has gotten better in the past decade or so, it is difficult to automate jobs that do not have a lot of routine. Finding these sorts of jobs and connecting them to a major that you are interested in is one of your best bets for avoiding job automation.

2. Look for Jobs That Require Flexibility and Creative Thinking

A trait that you should look for when choosing a major is if the jobs that you are hoping to get will require you to solve problems and think outside the box. The reason why this is very important is that computers can be programmed with specific tasks and cannot move away from how they do the tasks. This is great for jobs that don't change a lot because you can find the optimal solution and program that. However, for jobs that do change, there is no one optimal solution. If you have to think creatively or be flexible with your time and thought in a job, chances are good that you should consider the majors that are associated with it.

For more information, talk to a company that specializes in work flow automation. They can tell you how you can be a person that does the automating of workflow, another job that is difficult to automate.