AKQA london — together with senan lee and pansy aung from salt and pepper creative studio — bring jobs of the future to life in a series of conceptual images for MiSK global foundation, a platform set up to educate youth. as the world economic forum recently predicted that 65% of children in school today will have jobs that don’t currently exist, the creative team decided to fantasize about what we’re going to do in the not so distant future.
These are some predictions for jobs available in year 2030. Technology is changing so fast that most of our current jobs will be automated, so some really interesting predictions. Our education system being so far behind, it will be even harder to prepare for it. I think the transition will be painful and we definitely need to look into universal basic income before that.