Newspapers and magazines fold and die, auto plants shut down, brick and mortar stores fight to compete with online retailers—as the world progresses, our jobs evolve. Will your job still be around in the next 20 years? Marketplace just updated their career forecasting tool, which examines data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to figure out what your job outlook will look like in the next decade. Some obvious ones: Postal workers are going to have a tough time, but home health aides will be in demand because more people are getting old and would rather stay home with assisted care than lay in bed in a hospital all day. Something unexpected? Glaziers: Apparently, we need more people who know how to make glass. Perhaps that could be you! What do you do? Oh, I’m a glazier.
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