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How To Avoid Jobs And Careers That Are Becoming Obsolete

By Edited Sep 19, 2015 0 0

Technology is increasingly making some jobs and careers obsolete. When choosing jobs and careers you want to make sure that technology will not be replacing you anytime soon. This article will guide you on how to avoid jobs and careers that are becoming obsolete.

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To follow the guidelines listed in this article on how to avoid jobs and careers that are becoming obsolete.

Step 1

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The first step to avoiding jobs and careers that are becoming obsolete is to avoid the print media industry. Newspapers do not have anywhere near the amount of readers that they used to, and as a consequence hire far fewer people as readership keeps declining. Many print magazines have also been declining in subscriptions as well, which leads to them hiring less people just like newspapers. More and more people get their information from the internet and this trend does not seem likely to change anytime soon.

Step 2

The second step to avoiding jobs and careers that are becoming obsolete is to avoid working in retail. Many people now buy their clothes off of the internet and have them delivered to their home. The percentage of customers who buy their clothes at physical store locations is dropping every year. As this happens clothing stores will need less and less employees at their locations and jobs and careers in this industry will fall as a result.

Step 3

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The third step to avoiding jobs and careers that are becoming obsolete is to avoid working for a standard telephone company(meaning a phone company that does not offer cellular service). Many people now use only their cell phone and do not have standard land lines anymore. As this trend grows and grows telephone companies that do not offer cellular service are in danger of going out of business, or at the least drastically cutting their work force. Array

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