10 Common Jobs That Might Not Exist in 20 Years

Conventional wisdom says these jobs will be automated out of existence, but I'm not so sure.

By Geoffrey James

I recently received an infographic entitled “10 Common Jobs Which Won’t Exist in 20 Years Time.” I’ve reproduced the infographic, which was originally posted on LottoLand, a U.K.-based company that has something to do with gambling, at the end of this post.

The infographic is mostly a collection of conventional wisdom about jobs that are becoming obsolete. As usual, conventional wisdom is often wrong, so I’ve listed out the jobs below and provided my own perspective.

1. Cashiers -> self-checkout machines

LottoLand: “With the rise of self-checkout machines, it’s unlikely to be long until cashier jobs are made redundant entirely. On top of this, the opportunity for online grocery shopping keeps expanding, with big firms such as Amazon now offering the delivery of fresh groceries, as well as their many other services.”

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