Human Resources Development Service of the Republic of Cyprusопубликовалаthe forecast for 2018-2027 years, in which she told what profession in the near future will be most in demand. No one is arguing that the concept of "a profession for life" has sunk into oblivion, and now it is necessary to study and master new skills all the time. "People will have to take responsibility and develop the capacity for independent action to remain competitive in the labor market," the study said.
The main trend for the next 10 years is the growing demand for mid-level professionals. What does this mean? Those who graduated from colleges, vocational schools or professional refresher courses, will be able to find work much faster than university graduates. In the next 10 years, Cyprus will need cashiers of supermarkets, sellers, drivers of buses, trucks and special equipment, builders, secretaries and cooks.
In the first placeon the shortage of jobs in Cyprus -trade. On average, over the next 10 years, 1797 new store employees will be required per year.
On the second linepopularity -public catering. Annually in the restaurants, cafes and bars of Cyprus will be created 1588 new jobs.
Closes the tripleleaderseducation(1224).
Among the most popular in the Cyprus labor market are the following fields of activity: health and social protection (1131), construction and production (1084), law and accounting services (934), hotel business (882) and wholesale trade (858).
The study refers to the data of the World Economic Forum 2020, according to which two thirds of children currently studying in schools will have non-existent professions. Those who are already working will be forced to master almost a third of new skills and abilities from the totality of those that they have now.
According to the report "The future of the professions" prepared by the World Economic Forum 2020, by the year of 2020, as a result of automation, about five million jobs will disappear in the world. Among them, mostly, are the office professions (for example, administrators), which will be replaced by smart machines.
The demand for software developers, analysts of computer systems and experts in the field of market research and marketing will grow. Respondents of the Global Agenda Council study, conducted by the World Economic Forum on the future of software and society, believe that artificial intelligence can become a member of the board of directors of companies already by 2026.