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What jobs can be passed down to future generations?

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Brandon Parker

Graduate from Cambridge University

It's implied that the offspring of today will influence the eventual fate of tomorrow. These children are 'Age Z' (conceived after 1995) they have been raised in a time driven by mechanical headway. A considerable lot of them could never have seen a tape, they'd snigger at a round of disconnected scrabble and wouldn't trust that individuals once needed to surge home to get a telephone call. The Career Path of Generation Z - over 50% of kids entering school today will work in employment that doesn't at present exist. - The top 10 sought after employment of 2010 were not around in 2004. - two or three mainstream advanced employments including application engineer, web-based life director and a client encounter architect did not exist in the mid-2000's Majority of the occupations rotate around the idea of enhancing and keeping up the condition that we will live in

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