What jobs are dying out? What will replace these professions?

They ask each child what they want to be when they grow up. Most children will respond to a ballet dancer, an astronaut, a football fan, or something similar.

As the same children grow older, some will continue to join these prestigious careers, while others will enjoy more daily activities. However, some of this work is quickly out of order.

If you have just graduated from university, you probably need to prepare for a new career path. Nowadays, when artificial intelligence is developing, you need to learn what jobs it replaces, or whether it will partially or completely replace human workers in the near future.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming how businesses execute their operations and communicate with their customers.
Using human-like computers, companies have begun automating most of the functions previously done by humans because AI can perform them much better, faster, and efficiently. This revolution has led to a change in skills requirements in most jobs, and as the technology gets stronger, robots will supersede human efficiency and intelligence in every task.
As AI has grown smarter, more and more people are wondering, "Is my job safe?"
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There are some professions, they play a big role in our lives. If there were no people in those areas, there would be certain gaps in our lives. At least so far this has been the case. Let's get to know them.
1.Benefits Manager
Demand for employment decreases as the organization grows and enters multinational markets. Thus, companies automate their utility systems to save money and time instead of using people for paperwork that can be difficult for large organizations.

You probably already receive robocalls on behalf of various products and services, and career growth in the telemarketing space is expected to decline by 3% by the year 2024. This is largely in part because of the requirements to be successful: Unlike other sales roles, telemarketers don't require a high level of social, or emotional, intelligence to be successful. Think about it -- are you likely to purchase from a telemarketer? Conversion rates for direct telephone sales are typically less than 10%, making this role a ripe opportunity to be automated.


Today, receptionists are replacing automated telephones and scheduling systems. This is more common in modern technology companies, multinational corporations, and remote offices that do not have in-office telephone systems.

Couriers and delivery workers are already being replaced by drones and robots, so it's a matter of time before automation as a whole dominates the space. At the same time, this space is expected to increase by 5% by 2024, so it will take a long time for this work to be completely replaced as we think.


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6.Computer Support Specialists

This area is expected to grow by 12% by 2024. However, the current situation shows that this work can be easily done via the Internet. This can be done with various programs and bots.

7.Market Research Analysts

Market research analysts play an incredibly important role in the development of messaging, content, and products, but automated AI and surveys can compile this information more and more easily. GrowthBot, for example, can conduct market research on nearby businesses and competitors with a simple Slack command.
8.Taxi and Bus drivers

The introduction of self-driving cars and fully autonomous vehicles show human drivers will soon disappear. The transport sector will soon be completely automated.

The world is more and more embracing robot surgeons to perform major or critical operations because they are more likely to make effective and accurate treatments than human surgeons. Further, the rate of infections is less due to reduced human errors and more sterile measures.


There is an increased use of robots to perform military operations such as intelligence, surveillance, and more. This is an indicator that future battlefields will have robots that have proven to follow orders without being constantly supervised.
Thus the following 15 jobs can’t be switched with AI-enabled devices.

1.Human resource managers

It's kind of in the name -- but your company's Human Resources department will likely always need a human at the helm to manage interpersonal conflict with the help of non-cognitive and reasoning skills. The field is projected to grow 9% by 2024 as companies grow and need more robust structures for supporting and helping employees.

2.Sales Managers

Every month, sales managers need a high level of emotional intelligence to reach their plans, connect and collaborate with customers, and motivate and motivate a larger sales team. Managers also need to analyze data and interpret trends, and the high level of intelligence required - plus the constant need to adapt to new situations - makes this role safe without automation.

3.Marketing managers

Marketing managers have to interpret data, monitor trends, oversee campaigns, and create content. They also have to nimbly adapt and respond to changes and feedback from the rest of the company and customers, making this another human-forward career AI isn't quite ready to replicate.

4.Public Relaitons Managers

Successful PR managers rely on a network of relationships and contacts to procure press placements and buzz for the companies they represent, making this another completely safe role. PR managers who have to raise awareness around an issue or mission need a particularly human touch to raise funds or get people to participate in a campaign, too -- and jobs are expected to grow 7% by 2024.
5. Chief Executives

It's nearly impossible to automate leadership -- after all, it's hard enough to teach it. Chief executives have to inform broad strategy, represent companies' missions and objectives, and motivate huge teams of people working for them. Companies may answer to stakeholders and boards of directors, who likely wouldn't want a robot giving them an earnings report, either.

6. Event Planners

Event planning is a growing field, whether you're planning an event for employees, customers, or an industry event with tens of thousands of attendees, the planning process has many, many moving parts involved. Planners have to coordinate and negotiate with vendors, contractors, and freelancers to make things come together, and the organizational and people skills involved will make this another near-impossible role to automate.

7. Writers

Writers have to ideate, create, and produce original written material. AIs can do some of this with title suggestions, writing prompts, and automated social media messages, but blog posts, books, movies, and plays will likely be written by humans for the foreseeable future.
8. Software Developers

Software engineering and development is hard enough for human beings to do, and the time and skill investment needed to create applications, software, and websites will be tough to replicate -- especially since developers need to execute perfectly to create great products for customers. The field is expected to grow by 19% by 2024, so if you're a software developer, you're sitting pretty for now.

9. Editors

While some of the load can be lifted from editors with the automated proofreading technology mentioned previously, editors have to review writers' submissions for clarity, accuracy, comprehensiveness, and originality. While there is some software that can spot-check for clarity and scan for plagiarism, the editor role must be carried out by a human in order to read work as another human would.

10. Graphic Designers

Although there are some AIs taking small (and somewhat creepy) steps in the graphic design space, graphic design is both artistic and technical, making it an ideal role for a human being to carry out. Like writing, all work needs to be original and created to the client's wishes, so graphic design needs to be created with a human artist and editor all-in-one.
11. Lawyers

Lawyers know how to bend the law in their favor, but robots do not have the ability to bend it to get the right argument and hit the opponent. They cannot justify or convince people; thus, it is a big task to replace this profession, and robots are not ready for it at all.

12. Psychiatrists

It is impossible for robots to become psychiatrists in the near future. There are scientists who understand the mental nature of man and doctors who study them.

13. Scientists

Science is not just conducting wet-lab experiments. It involves conducting myriads of research that machines can’t do. However, they can help with data analysis, although they lack the creativity needed in navigating particular challenges when conducting research and finding solutions to certain problems.\

14. Project Managers

Generally, the project manager’s role is to lead a project or program from inception to closure. A person has to lead a team, apply resources efficiently, and manage processes and activities to increase the project’s success rate.
A robot can’t clearly master activities with changing schedules and with no exact patterns.
15. Clergyman

The priest has qualities such as faith, love, empathy, and emotion that help them to preach, guide, inspire, and instill faith in others. It can be difficult to teach a robot to exemplify such qualities or to perform such roles.

In this blog, we talked about artificial intelligence and what professions it replaces. We hope it was useful.