Is this the future of work? Scientists predict which jobs will still be open to humans in 2035

Trends say increased automation will raise the complexity of workers’ tasks. Photograph: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images Workers looking for jobs in 2035 might consider retraining as remote-controlled vehicle operators or online chaperones. Those are two of the jobs of the future suggested in a report by the CSIRO that charts 20-year trends in increasingly digitally focused and automated Australian workplaces. Related: Automation may mean a post-work society but we shouldn’t be afraid The employment minister, Michaelia Cash, released the report on Friday at the Australian Computer Society’s conference. Cash said the report showed “some jobs will inevitably become automated over the coming years but technological change will improve others and also create new jobs and opportunities”. “The future won’t be about people competing with machines, it will be about people using…


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