13 Dying Professions You Should Avoid

With artificial intelligence continuing to make progress, jobs can become redundant, whether in a skilled or unskilled trade or even a profession requiring years of education.

The following jobs may still be recruited, but many of these traditional professions may disappear sooner than people think.

Financial Analysts

Now there is financial software available that can read and analyze data the same way humans can and often in just a matter of seconds and minutes.

Administrative and Executive Secretaries

Technology has played a large part because it has allowed the bosses to do more work themselves. Files are now electronic and easily accessible. Corporate execs are often booking their flights and scheduling meetings themselves.

With technology like ridesharing apps that companies like Uber and Lyft are using, the need for a dispatcher to be the middleman will no longer be necessary.

Dispatchers

Bookkeepers

As technology becomes more sophisticated, small business owners will be happy to save money by managing their finances independently.

With machines taking on functions throughout the postal service system, several roles in the sector will become redundant.

Postal Employees

Financial Advisors and Stock Traders

As people take on more research roles, they also find less need for financial advisors and to pay high management fees for making investment decisions they can do on their own through inexpensive brokerage accounts.

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