change Whether or not a Baker or a bookseller: Digital technology professions. What that means for their future, is very individual.By Felicitas Wilke Felicitas Wilke
Felicitas Wilke, born in 1990, is an associate resort in the Economy. She writes stories, since you can write. After high school, she studied business administration, then attended the German school of journalism and spent a Semester in Aarhus/Denmark. In between internships at Newspapers, radio and television. When she is not writing about money, you are in Schwabing shops and Franconian Kerwas, learn a new language, or sitting desperately in front of the TV, because her lover, BVB has lost a final.send an email
A pain in the abdomen can scan not a robot. And a machine, the dyeing blonde streaks into your hair or children educates, has also invented no one. Anyone working as a family doctor, a hairdresser or a preschool teacher, receives from the Job Futuromat a soothing result. The Online Tool of the Institute for labour market and occupational research (IAB), calculated on the Basis of the typical activities in a professional, how many of them can already assume today is a robot. In the case of the three above-mentioned Professions, it is so far not a single one, the result is: zero percent.
In other Professions to take, however, use machinery, or digital technologies, more and more tasks that were previously done by humans - or at least you could restore the: a dough, a financial statements to make Were collect. You can work both technically as well as routine activities that have to do with Numbers and data. "The higher the proportion of routine activities in a professional, the easier this can be of technologies", says Katharina Dengler, research associate at the IAB. Baker, accountant or cashier.