By interviewing specialists in various technologies from the largest companies and HR departments, we have tried to define which professions will be recruiting in the next 10 years. Some are obvious, others are more surprising, but all require multiple skills.
Virtual and augmented reality architect
Everything will become connected, from the shirt to the glasses to the vehicle windshield, so it will quickly become necessary to improve the user experience or else the customer will quickly get bored.
Skills required: Technology + Design + Marketing & Communication
With the evolution of robots and AI, it will be necessary to sort out the rights and responsibilities of both. They will therefore be specialists in robot law. Already today, we are already wondering about the responsibilities in case of accident with an autonomous car… what about when robots will have an algorithm giving them a conscience?
Skills needed: Technology + Law
Artificial Intelligence Specialist
LinkedIn statistics show that the number of jobs related to artificial intelligence has increased by 16-fold in the last four years. With the evolution of technologies AI will become part of every aspect of our daily lives. It will be necessary to develop these AIs, to maintain them.
Skills needed: Technology + Management
Ethical hacker, the new cyber security specialist
In addition to fighting cybercrime, he will have to be a specialist in finding program flaws and fighting against intrusions. In short, a nice hacker.
Required skills: Cyber security
Customer assistant in new technologies
New technologies are intended to be more intuitive, but they are becoming more and more complicated. In short, more and more specialists will be needed to assist and guide consumers in the purchase or use of technological products or services.
Skills required: Technology + Customer Experience + Sales + Communication & Marketing
Data Engineer or Data Scientist
With the relentless collection of data by companies, more and more data specialists are needed who are able to set up infrastructures and tools capable of analysing and exploiting the data.
Skills required: Technology + Management + Customer Experience + Sales + Communication & Marketing
Recruiter and IT HR Manager
As a future essential link in companies, he will have to develop a dual IT and managerial culture in order to target and recruit the best profiles for his company or his clients.
Required skills: Technology + Management
Good thinking is not easy to learn at an AI. Educating algorithms to think “right” and not to bias one’s judgment will be done by educators who will document the AI by example to avoid bias and hasty conclusions.
Skills required: Technology + Customer Experience + Psychology + Management
AI is developing at a rapid pace and robots will be able to talk to humans in many languages and in an infinite number of domains. They will need to be customized and design voices, expressions and behaviors according to the technologies and desires of the users. In short, customize the human-machine dialogue.
Skills required: Technology + Design + Customer Experience + Psychology
Digital Detoxification Consultant
Too connected or PC addict? digital detox cures will be organized to relearn how to have human relations outside the virtual world.
Skills needed: Technology + Customer Experience + Psychology
Team Manager Human-Robot
Teams will be created in the future. We’re going to have to manage the collaboration between humans and intelligent machines. The Team Manager will be the link between human intelligence and AI. He or she will be responsible for the good collaboration between them and will ensure productivity.
Required skills: Technology + Design + Management
Digital “funeral” manager.
All our lives we left data scattered all over the web. Whether we want to delete it or leave our footprint on the web, specialists will be in charge of respecting our last digital wishes.
Skills required: Technology + Customer Experience + Psychology