The most demanded jobs over the next five years
On the first of May 2023, the Economic Forum published a new report that includes the most demanded jobs during the next five years. The report included the top 10 jobs that are expected to achieve significant growth and maintain their survival, as well as the top 10 professions that will disappear or record a significant decline in employment rates.
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The most desired occupations over the next five years
The Economic Forum released a new report on the most in-demand occupations over the next five years on May 1, 2023، The report included the top ten occupations that are anticipated to experience significant growth and maintain their existence, as well as the top ten occupations that will vanish or experience a significant decline in employment rates.
Report the future of jobs in the labor market
As the economy weakens and companies adopt new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, the global labour market will be rocked by tumult over the next five years، The conclusion was reached by the World Economic Forum, which published a report on Sunday based on surveys of more than 800 companies.
Providing new jobs in the fields of artificial intelligence
Companies will require new personnel to aid in the implementation and management of AI tools، According to the World Economic Forum, employment of data analysts, scientists, machine learning specialists, and cybersecurity professionals is projected to increase by an average of 30 percent by 2027.
New job opportunities for 69 million people over the coming years
According to the World Economic Forum, employers anticipate creating 69 million new jobs and eliminating 83 million jobs by 2027، this will result in a net loss of 14 million jobs, or 2% of the current labour force.
Ending the services of 83 million employees over the coming years
In the next five years, 83 million jobs are expected to be lost, and 69 million jobs are expected to be created, constituting a structural change in the labor market of 152 million jobs, or 23% of the 673 million employees in the dataset under study. Employment decreased by 14 million jobs, or 2%.