You can win a man’s heart through his stomach, but you can never get a man appreciate what you cooked when he’s no longer employed. The future is erratic and is also the place where you cannot escape unemployment, its tortures, its mangles that crush your body to a hopeless outlook in life. There’s nothing as soul-crushing as being in a job that guarantees no future. There’s a huge global problem on poverty, lack of people’s education and the divide between poor and rich, but there’s just as much demand and frantic attention to the problem of dying professions, too. Sure, the best way to not get obsolete in your profession is to not to be in one. But how are you supposed to get another job when your passion is reading James Salter novels, a job that may have no future.?
This infographic might be the best treat for all anxious professionals who are out there drinking and wallowing and wants so much for a cure to their dismay, they might give away their kidney for it. This demand for a cure to an uncertain future reaches no higher level than these last few days where people are still in St. Patrick’s Day mode. You can read so much from this infographic on how jobs would look like in the next five years and how you can adjust with the trend. There’s also regular tricks on getting ahead in your job here that includes no more than just taking it all easy and eating a regular heavy, bacon-powered cheeseburger and forgetting about worrying. All that fat gets your pleasure-points up, probably in happy cholesterol. So get smart, read up and get yourself always employed. This has the list of jobs that are dying and may be really as obsolete as it should be.