In the years to come, we will see a growing “polarization of the professions. In the next few years, most companies will try to take pictures that are at the extremes of the “pyramid” work, both for skills and for training. On the one hand, we will focus on the assumption of professional engineers and especially biomedical or clinical, that is, those people who are able to develop the latest technology to support and care for patients in hospitals. On the other hand, it is expected that there will be several assumptions for figures such as truck drivers, attendants and waiters. So, it is best to keep all these things in mind if you do not want to be cut off from the labor market future! It is expected that by 2014, almost one quarter of the jobs that will be created will be reserved for those in possession of a degree. Specifically, we will refer to those professionals able to relate effectively with customers and companies , but also those figures techniques to develop new products and services and experienced professionals in the management and organization.


According to estimates by the Institute Isfol , the professionals will still be the most popular engineers (especially those mechanical and electronic) with employment growth of 8, 4%. But to be in great demand will also be the architects and specialists in the recovery and conservation of the area, with an expected increase of 9.7%. Many job opportunities there will be for agronomists, veterinarians, biologists, botanists, zoologists, while a slight decrease will be the professions of pharmacist, pharmacologist and bacteriologist. Among the figures more “operational”, positive changes have computer technicians, statisticians, physiotherapists, physiotherapists, rehabilitation and physician assistants, with increases ranging from 5 to 1%. Among the emerging professions there will be technical building security and safety in the workplace, but also the technical environmental control (+3.6%). But, in general, will be fine even those professionals who are concerned with the management and organization, financial advisers and insurance (+6.7%), as well as clerical figures in direct contact with the public (+4.7%).

The labor market in Europe

In Europe, most of the job will involve the service sector and, specifically, by 2020. There will be more requests in services trade, banking and financial services . But you will also have a positive evolution in the distribution, transport, restaurants and hotels. Employment growth will also address the managerial professions, intellectual and scientific.

Emerging professions by the U.S.

One of the most prestigious studios in the labor market of the future has been made ​​by the government of the United States, with a huge database, identified those that will by 2018 the professions with the highest growth margin. According to the study, half of the jobs of the future is linked to health care services . This prediction is the fact that in the U.S., as well as in Italy and in the rest of Europe, there will be a gradual aging of the population. In any case, at the first place of the crafts Popular, there are the biomedical engineers . In fact, providing prospects for longer life of the population, there will be a greater demand for innovative techniques and materials for the treatment of patients. In second place, there are computer analysts. The demand for these figures is professional intended to increase as companies continue systematically to increase their technological structures and will continue in high-tech innovations. In this special classification, segueing the financial operators to manage the ever increasing complexity of the rules and the financial markets. But the engineers have significant opportunities. In fact, those who can develop applications and markets for Internet businesses find more space in the future, not to mention that will be among the highest paid professionals in absolute (it is estimated, about 60 thousand euro per year!).