What Jobs Cannot Be Replaced?

Are you looking for a job with a high level of security? Perhaps one that cannot be replaced by future automation? Well, you are in luck. There are a few, and, in fact, many of them are about building the automation that is replacing so many of the once human-powered, redundant jobs. In this article, we will discuss some of those secure jobs that aren’t getting replaced anytime soon. As many of these jobs are in the tech industry, we should first talk about what you can do to learn the new skills that are needed to succeed in these jobs.

No matter if you are a young person, still in the process of finding your first job, or if you have already built a solid career but are now looking to make a change, you can find the job you are looking for in the tech industry. And don’t sweat it if you don’t have prior coding experience or knowledge, you can still learn all the programming skills you need to break into the tech industry without spending the two to four years that it takes to earn a computer science degree at a university or local technical college. Instead of the traditional tech education routes, you can use the coding bootcamp learning method to learn your new programming skills faster and at a fraction of the cost. Schools that offer coding bootcamps back their product with a loan contingent upon you obtaining a job that pays a livable salary after you graduate. Coding bootcamps should be your preferred tech education method for two main reasons.

Short-term and Hyper-Focused 

Coding bootcamps have risen to popularity in recent years, and for good reason. These short term programs are hyper-focused on teaching everything you need to know to begin a successful programming career, all in less than a year. In fact, many bootcamp grads finish their program online, and at their own pace, in just 10 to 24 weeks. While traditional tech education requires you to take courses in addition to your tech skills classes, coding bootcamps teach only the programming skills you need to know without anything that is irrelevant to a career as a programmer.

Economical and feasible

Coding bootcamps cost a fraction of what a traditional two or four-year computer science degree costs. Coding bootcamps are doing their part to improve education in the face of the massive student debt problem in the United States. They do this by providing a product that is very accessible—online and self-paced—and one that is backed by tuition payment methods like income-sharing agreements (ISAs). ISAs are not your typical student loan. They are signed agreements between you and the school hosting the bootcamp—like App Academy—that says you will pay back your tuition, but only after you have found a job paying a suitable salary in the tech industry.

You know where to learn your programming skills; now let’s talk about a couple of the best paying and in-demand jobs that will give you job security in a world that is becoming increasingly more automated.

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the field within the tech industry leading the charge of automating our world. Like it or not, jobs that once took a team of human beings, are now being completed by one robot. This robot runs on AI software that tells it what to do and how to do it, as well as how to make necessary adjustments of its own through programming that enables it to think, react and understand in the way a human would. Machine Learning Engineers are the programming professionals responsible for creating the software that powers these robots.

If a career in machine learning sounds appealing, you can learn all of the AI programming skills you need by attending a Machine Learning Bootcamp.

According to Indeed.com, Machine Learning Engineers make an average base salary of $140,000 per year. This makes them some of the highest-paid tech professionals in the United State.