Data detective. Man-machine teaming manager. Genetic Diversity Officer. Those are some of the new job titles we are likely to see over the next 10 years, according to professional services firm Cognizant.

Why it matters: Job prospects for truck drivers and cashiers may be dimming, but there are a range of entirely new jobs being created.

Within the next 5 years:

  • Data Detective
  • Bring Your Own IT Facilitator
  • Ethical Sourcing Manager
  • AI Business Development Manager
  • Master of Edge Computing
  • Walker/Talker
  • Fitness Commitment Counselor
  • AI-Assisted Healthcare Technician
  • Cyber City Analyst
  • Genomic Portfolio Director
  • Man-Machine Teaming Manager
  • Financial Wellness Coach
  • Digital Tailor
  • Chief Trust Officer
  • Quantum Machine Learning Analyst

Within the next 10 years:Virtual Store Sherpa Personal Data Broker Personal Memory Curator Augmented Reality Journey Builder Highway Controller Genetic Diversity Officer

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