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7 High Impact Careers

All ethical work is impactful and that’s why people want their job to be impactful.

As part of continuing development, millions will now have the opportunity to advance to more engaging and intellectually stimulating jobs (with some investment in upskilling), which is the ray of hope in the grey skies of job losses. While the job setting is predicted to undergo major changes, here are what appear to be the most demanded jobs that will open up in the next three-five years. Every job sector undergoes variations over a period of five or ten years, so you have to constantly adapt to the needs of the industry to stay relevant. But if you’re thinking higher, perhaps this list will be useful. These seven careers are likely to yield major impact:

Computer programmers, Software developers and Information security analysts: Jobs that fall under the computer and mathematical professions will grow in the next five years. So IT-related training is still going to be in-demand. Cyber security professionals and analysts can anticipate many opportunities as organizations gear up to increase cyber security measures to protect information and data. 

Teacher or tutor of high-potential children: Helping intellectually gifted kids live up to their potential can yield great ripple effects. Fully flowered, these kids as adults are the most likely ones to cure our diseases, create more useful products, and become wise leaders.

Competent and wise leaders help their employees and the quality of the organization’s products or services, which indirectly profits the customers and other stakeholders. Disturbances across Industries will also need a new type of senior leaders to help companies sail across the rough waters of change. As the seasoned boomers get ready to leave the workforce, many of them will have fabulous opportunities to consult and mentor new leaders.

Executive coach: People who help managers and leaders become more proficient also have a great ripple effect. Some of the most rewarding work is in helping leaders improve their planned, communication, and time-management skills.

Data analysts and statisticians will become important across industries by 2020. As complexity increases and also the dependence on data, they will be required to help make sense of all of the data generated by technological disruptions. Analytics is going to be at the core of managerial decision-making. Data analysts or statisticians will continue to be in the reckoning.

Human resources and organizational development specialists: They are needed to help reskill workers, plan new training schedules and drive change. With technological and socio-economic changes some jobs will fade completely, while new jobs will get created and more people will be needed. Companies are  finding the talent needed for new jobs by training existing employees with new skill sets. So, organizational development specialists and human resource professionals will be required not only for hiring but also to help employees develop new skill sets.

Architecture and engineering: During the next five years, the demand for those skilled in architecture and engineering will continue to increase. The prediction by 2020 is that 2 million jobs will be created worldwide in the computer, mathematics, architecture and engineering related fields, according to the World Economic Forum report.

The rule for millennial is: “You can have a career for life.' You have to constantly get used to to the needs of the industry to stay significant.” Jobs will be the same, but the skill sets required will be diverse. Earlier, you used to get a degree, appeared for an interview, and secured a job and keep it for life. Both educational bodies and recruiters are pushing the envelope each day, looking for applicants with multi-dimensional skills, flexibility and envision future. Every job sector undergoes modifications over a period of five or ten years, so you have to constantly adjust to the needs of the industry to stay relevant.  

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Bright career prospects in wildlife

If you love wilderness and wild animals, and wildlife attracts you, then you can make a brilliant career in the field of wildlife.
Gousiya Teentalkindia Content Writer

If you love the forest area and wild animals, and the wildlife attracts you, then you can make a great career in the field of wildlife. In the coming time, you can achieve a great place in this field.

What to do?

For admission in this field, you can do B.Sc. from Biological Science after 12th from science subject. A Bachelor degree in Agriculture can also get admission in this field. A bachelor's degree can also be obtained from Forestry or Environmental Science. This field is full of immense possibilities even for those doing M.Sc. with Wildlife Science after B.Sc.

Jobs

Apart from Mumbai Natural History Society, World Wide Fund, Wildlife Institute of India, Wildlife Trust of India, there are many organizations in which research and projects can serve as officers. After completing a course in wild biologist, one can get a job in Wildlife Sanctuaries, Environmental Agency, Zoological Firm, Environmental Consultancy Firm, Non-Governmental Organization, Agricultural Consultant Firm, Indian Council of Forest Research and Education and Eco Rehabilitation Firms.

Salary

In the private sector, wildlife scientists get a monthly salary of 20 to 25 thousand rupees. This salary increases with seniors and experience. Ph.D. holder can be 50 thousand per month salary of a senior scientist. In contrast, NGO or government department employees associated with wildlife science get jobs at very good pay scale.

Skills needed

Strong hold in Biology, Mathematics, and Statistics.

Attraction towards wildlife.

Excellent communication skills.

Knowledge of working on the computer

Job requirements

Collecting data by reaching the field site.

Depending on the geographical location of the field site one has to climb or drive on bumpy and difficult paths.

Meeting and interacting with wildlife experts.

Completing the work of scientific papers, technical reports or popular articles or writing for grants or financial support and meeting with policymakers or collaborators.

Courses available

  • B.Sc. in Wildlife
  • M.Sc. in Wildlife Biology
  • M.Sc. in Wildlife
  • Post Graduate Degree in Wild Life Science
  • Undergraduate Course in Wildlife
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Wild Life Science
  • B.Sc. in Forestry in Wildlife Management
  • Diploma in Zoo and Wild Animal Health Care and Management
  • Certificate Course in Wildlife Management

Premier institutes

1. Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun

Contact - 0135 264 0115

http://www.wii.gov.in/

2. Himachal Forest Research Institute, Shimla

Contact - 0177 262 6778

http://hfri.icfre.gov.in/

3. Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bangalore

Contact - 080669 53790

http://www.tifr.res.in/

4. Saurashtra University Rajkot, Gujarat

0281-2576511, 2576030/40/50

http://www.saurashtrauniversity.edu/UserSideSaurashtr_Dyanamic/Default.aspx

5. Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh

Contact - 0571-2700935 / 0571-2706152

https://www.amu.ac.in/

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