TeleDevelopment articles on Employer Branding and AI-related jobs of the future are featured in the latest issue of IBPAP Breakthroughs.
EXCERPT: Talent branding is also specific in offering competitive pay, free food and travel perks as products, plus a desirable job, more autonomy in making decisions, and fast-paced lifestyle as price offers. It is as specific as targeted updates on LinkedIn, blog about sales management, and YouTube channels for sales professionals as promotional points, together with networking events, employee referrals, LinkedIn and sales job boards as the places to be.
EXCERPTS: The nature of work will change due to automation and AI, but will not go away.
In fact, 21 new jobs will emerge over the next 10 years. This is based on present major macroeconomic, political, demographic, societal, cultural, commercial, and technological trends today.
These new jobs will then become cornerstones of the future of work, based on trends and facts, interpretation of how change occurs, and how humans evolve.
After all, the nature of work has always changed. In the past, there used to be a demand for lamplighters in the streets, and limners to illuminate manuscripts. There were telegraphists, nursemaids, town criers, and knocker-uppers in work mills.
Now there are fewer switchboard operators, elevator operators, travel agents, bank tellers, or even secretaries. Soon, people will be nostalgic of mortgage processors, just as some are nostalgic of miners and steelworkers.
Instead of doing “awful,” “hateful,” “dull, dirty, dangerous” jobs, people will be doing more “fulfilling, more enjoyable, lucrative work.” Consequently, AI and automation will liberate them from the bondage of work boredom.
Robots and machines will not be stealing human jobs. After all, the imaginative, ingenuous, and curious humans create the machines, market and sell them, deliver, clean and fix them.
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