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16 October 2014
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Where will the jobs be?

Going up

  • IT consultants
  • Telecommunications engineers
  • Managers (especially specialist managers and IT)
  • Call Centre staff
  • Care assistants
  • Chefs and waiters
  • Security guards
  • Accountants
  • Lawyers
  • Maths and science teachers
  • Anyone with Key Skills like communication, numeracy and IT.

Going down

  • Jobs in retail banking
  • Coal miners
  • Shorthand typists
  • Accounts clerks
  • Traditional craft printers and compositors
  • Milkmen
  • Chimney sweeps
  • Unskilled manual jobs
  • Skilled engineering and other skilled trades
  • Machine operatives in the older manufacturing industries
  • Anyone without literacy or numeracy skills
BUT REMEMBER..

Although the total number of people working in some jobs may go down, there may still be job vacancies to replace the people who leave.



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