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In the past, careers were stable, linear and singular. People chose one path and pursued it over the course of their lives from college to retirement. In our modern age of technology driven......

In the past, careers were stable, linear and singular. People chose one path and pursued it over the course of their lives from college to retirement. In our modern age of technology driven exponential change - this model no longer works.

Careers are now complex, fragmented, specialized, collaborative and ever evolving. More often than not, our work life will be made up of a portfolio of micro-careers.

This presentation will show you a snapshot of 20 careers that will likely come of age in the next 10 years. Some of these jobs exist now, but will come into greater demand soon. Others do not exist yet, but through our daily scanning of future fringe signals we see strong potential in their emergence.

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  • 1. 20 JOBS OF THE FUTURE @sparksandhoney
  • 2. “60% of the best jobs in the next ten years haven’t been invented yet.” -Thomas Frey
  • 3. In the past, careers were stable, linear and singular. People chose one path and pursued it over the course of their lives from college to retirement.
  • 4. In our modern age of technology driven exponential change - this model no longer works.
  • 5. Careers are now complex, fragmented, specialized, collaborative and ever evolving. More often than not, our work life will be made up of a portfolio of micro-careers.
  • 6. The following slides will show you a snapshot of 20 careers that will likely come of age in the next 10 years. Some of these jobs exist now, but will come into greater demand soon. Others do not exist yet, but through our daily scanning of future fringe signals we see strong potential in their emergence.
  • 7. Productivity Counselors: With the emphasis on productivity and “making a difference,” coupled with new tracking technologies, people will need help refining their lives to improve their productivity, combining ergonomics, wellness, time management and career counseling.
  • 8. Personal Digital Curator: A specialist that recommends and maintains your unique suite of apps, hardware, software and information sources for your evolving personality and career.
  • 9. Microbial Balancer: A trained balancer that assesses the composition and microbial makeup of an environment or individual and provides recommendations for balancing ecosystems for enhanced health.
  • 10. Corporate Disorganizer: An expert that shuffles hierarchies in companies to create start-up culture or organized chaos.
  • 11. Curiosity Tutor: A personal advisor in flaneuring; an advisor that not only provides inspiration and content to spark curiosity, but one that teaches the art of discovery.
  • 12. Alternative Currency Speculator: As Bitcoin and other virtual currencies are gaining traction with people who distrust Fiat currency; this is creating an opportunity for alternative currency arbitrage and investment opportunities.  
  • 13. Urban Shepherd: A combination of resilient micro-farmer and guide to the naturefilled side of the city. These plant care specialists focus on small-scale gardens and plots that exist in unusual urban areas.
  • 14. Printing Handyman: A neighborhood materials and 3D printing specialist, akin to the “do it all” local repair man of the past who comes to you to fulfill your micromanufacturing needs.
  • 15. Digital Death Manager: A specialist that creates, manages or eliminates content to craft ones online presences posthumously.
  • 16. Personal Life Log Archivist: In the age of the completely archived life, there will be a need for AI experts to organize, catalog and make sense of the volumes personal content and to identify potential uses for one's life log.
  • 17. Digital Detox Therapist: A counselor who specializes in separating technology stressed individuals from their devices, creating unique analog immersion zones.
  • 18. Crowdfunding Specialist: A expert on sites like Kickstarter and Indigogo who understands how to promote and attain funds for a project through crowd funding.
  • 19. Cultural Skill Sherpa: Like a financial advisor, this “pivot professional” helps clients develop and acquire the skills to prepare for positions that are one of a kind, emergent or newly relevant.
  • 20. Quantified Self Personal Trainer: A health trainer who not only recommends and curates diets, but also analyzes personal and fitness routine data to create optimum personal life choices.
  • 21. Vicarious Videographer: Like a Task Rabbit for experiences, the VV captures unique experiences (via life logging devices Google Glass/GoPro) for consumption by armchair explorers.
  • 22. Hackschooling Counselor: This counselor encourages students to hack the real world and experiment with life rather than only pursuing traditional educational paths.
  • 23. Privacy Consultant: This consultant reveals vulnerabilities in an individualʼs personal, physical, and online security points.
  • 24. Skype Staging: Hired career advisors that prepare and help an individual work through remote interviews or video conferencing, including etiquette, appearance and conversational skills.
  • 25. Meme Agent: Similar to a celebrity or talent agent, a Meme Agent represents and maximizes the value of the personality or intellectual property used in a meme.
  • 26. Drone Driver: Expanding outside of the military, as demand for commercial and private drone use increases, experienced drone drivers (especially those with urban experience) will be sought after.
  • 27. SPARKS & HONEY NAMED AS 1 OF 10 TOP AGENCIES TO WATCH IN 2014 BY ADAGE “This Omnicom-backed "newsroom"-oriented agency starts each morning with a cultural briefing for clients such as Hyatt, Jarden and Life is Good, for whom it developed six "culture-to-commerce" T-shirts. In 2013 it grew from two to 17 clients and quadrupled its staff to 20.”
  • 28. S&H CORE OFFERINGS CULTURAL STRATEGY CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE • Dd 1 Social & Cultural Listening Competitive Intelligence & War Gaming 4 Sn • Segment Analysis & Tracking • Topic Deep Dives • Issue Monitoring Fl Event Tracking • Sensor Network 7 Real-time Burst identification • Channel Analysis • Content & Influencer Strategy • Editorial & Cultural Calendars Sf Mi Micro Manufacturing Mg Mood Geisting Qe Second Skin H 2 8 Mg Mind Gaming 10 We Ne 17 Fq 2 Rs 9 Icognito 8 Focus Quotient • • Se Sharing Economy Hy 6 Ra Lm Na Living Matter Raw Ma 18 19 Hd Ie Hand Drawn Mashup Ru In 3 Ss 10 4 Mi 11 Rurban Us Immersive 360° Made in the USA R Rb Ecoboostering 13 St Moral Imperative Rise of the Believer Life Logic Crowd IQ Io Influencer Outreach Strangify 11 Insumer/Outsumer • Channel Optimization & Fan Base Development • Analytics & Measurement • 4 Provenance 6 • 8 Sm En • Nh • Rt • Pr Premiumization • Cx Product, Service & Packaging Development Codex Ax 10 Business Model Design & Reimagination Armchair Explorer 12 Bi Business Context Analysis Binge 14 Radical Transparency 15 Projecting Segments into the Future (Consumers of the Future) Memory Management New New Hollywood 13 Mm Enchanted Rc Snack Media Living Without Community Management 17 Lw 14 Oneness Ll 12 7 Macro Trend Identification & Quantification Shock & Transgress Refreshed Classics 1972 On Cq 6 9 Decay Flat Design Ec 5 • Ab St 2 Absurdism 7 72 22 Pl Play Dc 15 Fl 21 Social Media Content (short and long form) posts, tweets, vines, videos, blog, etc. 5 Tangible Intangible Gl Glitch Warm Technology 20 Ti Real Thing 14 • Space in the Air 3 8 Slow Perception Wt 13 Sa 1 Rt 1 Sp 7 Small-scaling Kidult Cc Convergence Culture Flattening Sm 6 INNOVATION 7 Ft 13 Exponentials Ki 12 Hyper Culture Real-Time Commerce Startup Society 16 Ex 12 Squealing 5 Ephemeral Inwards Restoration 15 Fh 11 Nano World Ic 1 Sq 11 Real-time Content Production Te 4 First Hand Look • Rr 5 Redefined Retirement Third Genger Modern Family Gc 10 De/re-materialization Cyborg Singularity 14 • Mf 10 Singletons 3 Neo-psychedelic Cs Power Woman Geek Chic D De 16 Wearables 12 Si 9 • Tg 4 Pre-Planned (70/30) Content Production Online and Off Line Hack Design 9 Pw 3 New Masculinity Ss 8 Quantified Everywhere Social Flares 11 13 • 6 Frictionless Life 9 • Nm 2 Unfat Generation Quantified Self Super Human 5 Qs Uf 1 Screen Culture Sh 3 Sc 2 Data Divinity • CONTENT & AMPLIFICATION Ob Futurism Open Brand 16 Le Whitespace Identification Life as Entertainment Real-Time Media Amplification • Brand/Partner & Acquisition Recommendations 47
  • 29. SYNCING BRANDS WITH CULTURE SIGN UP ON OUR WEBSITE TO RECEIVE UPDATES AND FUTURE REPORTS: sparksandhoney.com FOR MORE INFORMATION: 212.894.5100 info@sparksandhoney.com @sparksandhoney bigthink.com/blogs/amped facebook.com/sparksandhoney sparksandhoney.tumblr.com 48