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JOBS FROM THE FUTURE - TEACHER

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Rat catchers were typically young people who chased and captured rats during the Victorian era. These catchers were common during this time because cities like London were infested with rats, commonly known as carriers of various diseases. Rat catchers caught and killed rats with poison or wooden sticks to eradicate them from the streets.

JOBS FROM THE PAST - RAT CATCHER

Plague doctors were 14th-century health care providers who treated people infected with the Bubonic Plague. The plague doctors used masks to protect themselves from the contagious air, and many used a wooden cane to check patients without touching them.

JOBS FROM THE PAST - PLAGUE DOCTOR

Before World War II, governments employed aircraft listeners who used acoustic mirrors to detect the sound of an enemy's aircraft engine. While acoustic mirrors may have effectively detected sound, enemy aircraft were often too close to take preventive action by the time the listeners issued a warning.

JOBS FROM THE PAST - AIRCRAFT LISTENER

Cavalry soldiers mostly rode on horseback but could also ride elephants or camels. World War I and II were the last major conflicts that relied on cavalry. Today's militaries generally use ground, air and water vehicles for transportation.

JOBS FROM THE PAST - CAVALRY SOLDIER

Court jesters were entertainers who performed for royal households and public crowds during medieval and Renaissance times. Jesters' acts generally involved humorous songs, stories and acrobatics, and they usually wore colorful costumes.

JOBS FROM THE PAST - COURT JESTER

If we had to choose an industry that’s going to be booming for the next few decades, virtual reality feels like a pretty good bet.With the 2021 announcement of the Metaverse, a series of interconnected virtual worlds created by Meta, it’s increasingly clear that VR and AR will be hugely impactful in the near and far future.

JOBS FROM THE FUTURE - VIRTUAL REALITY JOBS

Drones are becoming more useful and popular by the day. In fact, The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International predicts that by the year 2025, at least 100,000 jobs will be created for drone pilots.Drones are becoming part of society’s furniture and are only going to become more present over the next decade.

JOBS FROM THE FUTURE - DRONE EXPERT/PILOT

There will be lots of jobs in life sciences in the future. Epidemiologists research the causes and effects of viruses and diseases in an increasingly global society - following the recent Covid-19 pandemic are needed more than ever.

JOBS FROM THE FUTURE - EPIDEMIOLOGIST

The numbers of children moving into secondary schools are growing but teachers – especially of physics, maths, computer science and languages - are in short supply. Education is a vital stepping stone for accessing a wide range of career opportunities and that’s why we need teachers.

JOBS FROM THE FUTURE - TEACHER

Climate change is creating more extreme weather. Jobs related to increased flooding, drought and wildfires in locations around the world means solutions are needed fast.

JOBS FROM THE FUTURE - FLOOD RISK ENGINEER

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