Human body part designers and guided Space tours? Get ready for the jobs of the future

Human limb designers and space junk archaeologists will be needed in the future, as jobs and societies become more technologically advanced.
Around 65% of school pupils will move into careers that don’t exist yet, according to the US Department of Labor, as robotics and artificial intelligence move into the mainstream.
The Future Laboratory, a consultancy that tries to predict trends in 14 industry sectors, has teamed up with Microsoft Surface, whose devices are designed with students in mind, to look at the jobs which today’s students will be undertaking by 2025.
Called the “Tomorrow Jobs” report, the study looks at what the creative careers of the future might look like and it has identified 10 job categories that don’t exist today, along with the skills needed in order for students to future proof their careers.