Technology advances daily, resulting in a rapid shift in global circumstances.
Despite the fact that professional education is becoming more accessible, the proportion of unemployed people worldwide is increasing.
You can find many articles explaining and listing the jobs that will be obsolete if you do your own research and search online, Lottoland has explained their perspective and mentioned the jobs that will be replaced by technology in the coming decades.
So, this article at more jobs being replaced by technology.
Cashiers Being Replaced By Self-check Machines
Cashiers are becoming obsolete as self-made checkout machines become more common. We all know that the deadly situation caused by the covid virus has compelled millions of people to go online and shop.
Amazon is one of the most well-known stores that sells almost anything.
An individual can open the app, conduct an online search, and add items to their shopping cart.
The goods are delivered to your door by the company. RFID tags, on the other hand, have the potential to replace both self-made machines and cashiers.
Newspaper Delivery Replaced By Electronic Reading Devices
This one’s pretty obvious. This one is self-evident. Newspaper delivery men used to deliver newspapers to your door every morning, but the mighty internet is gradually replacing them.
Every home has a mobile phone and access to the internet. People can now easily stay up to date on the latest news by simply searching online.
Even the practice of visiting libraries to read newspapers is gradually fading.
Travel Agents By Travel Websites
People have discovered ways to make things super easy and accessible as a result of the widespread use of the internet.
Travel agents were once used to book or hire people for trips, but nowadays, there are numerous travel websites that can provide you with every detail at your fingertips.
On every social media platform, you can find discounts and packages for any foreign trip.
On the bright side, some people, such as business people or pilgrims, still hire travel agents to make all of their reservations.
Taxi Dispatchers Or Drivers Replaced By Mobile Apps
It is true that a person does not need to stand on the side of the road waving at taxi dispatchers to stop the car and negotiate the fare. Everything is now done through the internet.
This is a fantastic convenience for anyone who does not own a car and relies on public transportation to get to work..
Uber drivers can be found all over the world. You simply need to book your car, check the fare, and wait for it to arrive at your door.
And this part does not result in the loss of a driver’s job.
Anyone who has a valid driver’s license can sign up for one of these apps, become a car captain, and begin earning money right away.
Referee Replaced By Video Cameras Or Technology
We all know how important the referee’s role is in sports, whether it’s cricket or a football match. His sole purpose is to observe live games and evaluate each minute.
However, as video technology advances, there is a chance that a referee’s job will become obsolete in the coming years.
However, because we know how tactfully a referee works in every game of the show, its importance and value can never be replaced.
Even if it is replaced by technology, the job of a referee and the way he performs it will be missed.
Robots Replace Telemarketers
It appears that robots will take over the entire world. In our childhood, we were aware that every marketing object or company had its own distinct voice.
And these telemarketers used to completely guide us out.
It was enjoyable. Kids used to tease them by repeatedly ringing their phones, but technology will soon replace this type of work.
Because robots are programmed to perform human tasks, there is a good chance that businesses will provide robotic assistance on demand. Isn’t that a little strange?
The Everyday Individual Replaces Social Media Experts
Previously, one-of-a-kind social media experts shared their expertise by assisting others in understanding how social media works.
It was indeed a decent job, and many people were pursuing it as a professional career.
People used to have to learn how to use these platforms, but with the rise of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, countless people have learned how to use them and have taught others how to use them as well.
Technology has changed everything.
If you wonder who is left and who doesn’t know how to run these social media platforms?
It’s no longer a difficult task. We see bloggers representing the same thing over and over again in almost every forum. As a result, there is no longer any distinction, implying that everyone, regardless of generation, is a social media expert.
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