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47% of jobs are likely to become obsolete in the next 10-15 years.

We Predict The Future Of Your Job.

Working Process

How It Works?

Enter your job in the search bar

Enter the job in the search bar so we can predict its future. E.g – By entering ‘driver’ we predict that job has a 89% chance of being lost due to technology, innovation and/or automation.

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You’ll be able to search as many jobs, professions and careers as you want. Just enter your email address and you’re ready to go!

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Once you have entered your job in the search bar,  your results will appear. In the case we cannot find your job in our database, please let us know via our contact page and we will get our researchers onto it before getting back to you with the results.

Top Industries Facing Automation

These sectors are all under threat from robots, AI, blockchain, Amazon, automation, and emerging technologies.

Real Estate

Finance

Transport

Retail

Personal Services

Manufacturing

Admin

Public Admin

Top 3 Searches

Accountant

94% chance of this job being fully automated within 10 years.

Teacher

1% chance of this job being fully automated within 10 years.

Drivers

89% chance of this job being fully automated within 10 years.

Future Of Work  Statistics

Double the Learning

Australians will need to double the share of learning they do after the age of 21 from 19% to 41%. (Google skills report)

Focus on Skilling Up

Australians will spend 33% more time on education and training across their lifetime by 2040. (Google skills report)

Multiple Careers

The average Australian will have changed occupations 2.4 times by 2040. (Google skills report)

Gig Economy and Freelancing

11.6% of the Australian workforce are independent contractors, equivalent to around 1,270,000 workers. (Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre)

Working From Home

Around 1 in 5 employed persons work on a regular basis from home. (Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre)

Creation of New Jobs

Eighty-five per cent of jobs in 2030 have not yet been invented (Dell Technologies)

Impacts of Automation

46 per cent of employees in Australia will change with automation, those most vulnerable as: retail, healthcare, education, manufacturing and financial and insurance services. (Faethm)

Millions Shifting Careers

3.5 million to 6.5 million full-time equivalent jobs could be affected by automation, with 1.8 million to 5 million workers needing to change professions. (McKinsey Report)

Courses To Prepare You For The Future

Emotional Intelligence & Soft Skills

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Drone Remote Pilot Licence