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Professions of the Future: 4 Best Jobs for Assignees Born in 2018

Let’s take a closer look at the best jobs of the future, from solar energy technicians to a health services manager.

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28 November 2018

Last updated on 31 March 2019
Professions of the Future: 4 Best Jobs for Assignees Born in 2018

With so many job roles available today, the question that remains is this – what will the top professions of the future for assignees born in 2018 be?

Santa Fe Relocation in Dubai takes a closer look at what the world may see in terms of future roles, from solar energy technicians to a health services manager.

Solar Energy Technicians

One of the top professions of the future for assignees born in 2018 is that of a solar energy technician. The role of a solar energy technician is to assemble, install and maintain solar panels on or around people’s homes, place of work and more. To become a solar energy technician, individuals are required to have good problem-solving skills, pay attention to detail and prefer hands-on work, as opposed to a desk-based career in an office.

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Wind Energy Technicians

The next top profession of future assignees born in 2018 is that of a wind energy technician. Just like a solar energy technician, wind energy technicians are required to have good problem-solving skills, pay attention to detail and be interested in maintaining the environment. In recent years, the popularity of this industry has significantly grown and with climate change continuing to threaten weather around the globe, this is likely to soar.

As the backbone of the wind industry, wind energy technicians must also have a sufficient amount of knowledge when it comes to maintaining wind turbines in order to ensure they continue generating the energy required.

Weather Control Engineer

As aforementioned, climate change has been and will continue to be, linked to several unexpected weather occurrences across the globe, so the role of a weather control engineer is highly likely to be one of the top professions for assignees born in 2018. However, as climate change continues to cause chaos, geoengineering will become even more significant as necessity and demand increases. The role of a weather control engineer involves tracking a region’s weather via radar, planes, computers and satellites, to predict the coming weather forecast and identify strange weather patterns that may suggest a natural disaster.

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Health Services Manager

The healthcare sector is ever-growing, so the role of a health services manager is one that will stay in high demand for years to come. In fact, as one of the top professions of the future for assignees born in 2018, it is expected that more than 350,000 job openings will become available by 2026, making the role of a health services manager or executive one of the highest in demand. Health services managers are required to plan and direct how health care is delivered to an individual, highlighting the critical nature of this role. With great communication, problem-solving and analytical skills, health services managers will also be required to successfully follow various procedures and policies, in addition to managing customers.

When it comes to the future of work, it is relatively easy to identify the roles that will become more significant and those that will not be considered to be as important as they previously have been. With the help of our experts, employers can rest assured that their assignees will have a seamless move. Contact us to find out how we can help, today.

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