One day, not very long from now when robots and other androids march into our offices, which jobs do you think they will take away first?
Already, accountants, bookkeepers, traders, data-entry operators and even lawyers and medical service professionals are losing their places to machines.
Employees in many other sectors are anxiously waiting to see when not whether, algorithms, automation, and artificial intelligence will make them redundant.
But there’s hope that jobs will survive and opportunities in many sectors and professions will continue to come.
In fact, a few of them will even thrive. But you may need to earn certain degrees as insurance for a well-lit career path.

So what are these “best degrees for the future”?

The answer lies in which degrees are most in-demand in sectors and disciplines that are growing the fastest. And what are they?
No surprises here. The sectors/disciplines of the future are:
Engineering (the professionals involved are engineers including hardware and software engineers)

1. Information technology (developers to cybersecurity experts)
2. Finance and business (accountants, financial planners, economists)
3. Medicine and healthcare (nurses, therapists, healthcare managers)
4. Environment/sustainability (environment scientist/consultant)

What are the degrees that these fields require? They are, for example, degrees in computer programing, network management, and information science; business, statistics, finance, and math; nursing, therapy, and healthcare management; and environmental scientist/consultant, to name only very few.
Here we take a look at a few of the best degrees in a few tops career fields. List of the best degrees for the future

Engineering degree

Electrical engineering
What you learn: Improvement of decides, telecom systems, domestic appliances, computer hardware, maintenance of power grids, power transmission
Roles: Design, build, and improve electronic and electrical devices and appliances, assemble and manage power grids, innovate better transmission, improve telecom

Computer engineering
What you learn: Create and install processors, circuit boards, other computer parts, design and utilize computer programs
Roles: While hardware engineers design, develop, and improve computer systems and components including circuit boards, routers, and networks, software engineers develop and implement software

Electrical and computer engineering
What you learn: How to develop future technologies, such as advanced medical equipment and environment-friendly power systems
Roles: Research and development of new technologies for a range of sectors

Electronics and communication engineering
What you learn: Communication technologies, creation and maintenance of devices
Roles: Employment in computing, telecommunication, aerospace, electrical engineering industries

Chemical engineering
What you learn: Manufacturing processes that transform organic materials into products such as artificial fibre and gas; other subjects include biology, mathematics, chemistry, physics, biochemistry, chemical kinetics, and thermodynamics
Roles: Careers in nanotechnology, clothing, alternative energy and other industries

Information technology degree
Computer science
What you learn: Functioning of computer hardware, coding languages, digital system design, artificial intelligence, program design
Roles: Computer systems analyst, web/app developer

Computer science and engineering
What you learn: How to build your own computer software/hardware
Roles: Software/hardware developers, systems and program builders

Computer science and mathematics
What you learn: How computer science and mathematics intersect, computer tech and mathematical equations on which this tech is based
Roles: Those focused on tech and math; statistician and programmer

Computer science and artificial intelligence
What you learn: Understanding environments, commands, and responding appropriately using computer intelligence
Role: Implementation of AI in smartphones, computers, robotics, healthcare, manufacturing, transport

Information technology
What you learn: Designing, implementation, and maintenance of computer systems, tech networks, information security
Roles: Network architects, support specialists, research scientists; designing, installation and management of computer systems, networks

Management information systems
What you learn: Information networks, databases, sociology, psychology, Internet ethics, project management
Roles: Information systems manager, computer systems analyst, implement and use databases and systems such that they most fruitfully serve business and customers

Finance/business degree

What you learn: Corporate/individual finance and investment topics such as venture capital and private equity, accounting, management, and economics
Roles: Finance and investment manager and consultant, financial analyst, personal financial advisor

What you learn: Management of funds nationally, internationally, how individuals and businesses manage money, the factors that influence the economy
Roles: Economist, financial manager, financial consultant, risk analyst, expert providing insights into economic models and plans

What you learn: Keeping track of income and expenditure of businesses and individuals, allocating employee salary, checking sales figures
Roles: Accountant, auditor, budget analyst, risk assessor

International business/finance
What you learn: International finance regulations and tax laws, traditional areas of business and finance degree courses
Roles: Business analytics manager, management analyst, logistics manager, banking manager, marketing manager

Business administration
What you learn: Sales, finance, marketing, operations, HR
Roles: Manager/consultant in a variety of business areas

Finance and economics
What you learn: Theoretical overview of trade in money, economic models, marketing and management skills
Roles: Employment in banking and insurance sectors, financial analysts

What you learn: Marketing, accounting, negotiation, entrepreneurship
Roles: Various careers in marketing, sales, financial services

Medicine/healthcare degree

What you learn: Drugs and their interactions
Roles: Positions in pharmaceutical laboratories, pharmacies, hospitals

Physical therapy
What you learn: Biology, anatomy, other areas of health sciences
Roles: Careers in hospitals, rehabilitation centres

What you learn: Anatomy, biology, microbiology, nutrition, chemistry, nursing practice and theory
Roles: Careers in hospitals and clinics, treating the sick, offering emotional support to patients and their families, paperwork, helping doctors diagnose patients, providing advice and follow-up care

Medical technology
What you learn: Biology, chemistry, clinical laboratory functions
Roles: Jobs in hospitals and laboratories

Industrial/organizational psychology
What you learn: Psychology and human behaviour in work environments
Roles: Specialized psychologists in industrial houses, coaching employees, identifying development needs, optimizing work-life, developing criteria for performance evaluation

Environment degree

Sustainability and renewable energy
What you learn: Conserving energy, developing alternative energy sources, recycling, reducing pollution, energy-saving buildings, manufacturing, and sustainable transport
Roles: Clean-car engineers, sustainability professionals/builders, renewable project engineers, energy engineer, turbine technicians

Environmental Science
What you learn: Ways to enhance the energy efficiency, implement alternative energy sources, deal with environmental pollution

Roles: Roles in developing and implementing sustainable business practices, water quality scientist, environmental engineer/consultant, marine biologist, nature conservation officer, landscape architect, a toxicologist.

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