White-collarjobs to become obsolete between 2013 and 2030
Blue-collar jobs to become obsolete between 2013 and 2030
real estate agent
control room operator
government service operator
call centre operator
transport terminal worker
highly qualified agricultural worker
freight train driver
dry cleaner’s worker
More than 2500 experts, including companies such as Rosatom, Rostelecom, IBM, Intel, Tatneft, Gazprom, Rosneft, Russian Railways, Aeroflot, Roskosmos, "Rosnano " and others.
В ходе проекта было проведено свыше 30
форсайт-сессий, фокусирующихся на
различных отраслях экономики от
биотехнологий и медицины до медиа-
индустрии и ИТ-безопасности. В сессиях
принимали участие эксперты компаний-
лидеров отраслей и ведущих вузов.
Форсайт-сессии проходили с 2011 по 2014
год в Москве, Екатеринбурге, Казани,
Новосибирске, Якутске и других городах.
In the course of the project more than 30 foresight sessions focused on different industries from biotechnologies and medicine to media industry and IT security were held. The experts of top companies and major players in higher education took part in the sessions. From 2011 to 2014 the foresight sessions were held in Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Kazan, Novosibirsk, Yakutsk and other cities.
Deputy CEO for Innovation Management, state corporation ROSATOM
The main purpose of the corporation is to provide a business structure to operate on the global market, where we offer advanced technologies and innovations for any other branch, including the nuclear industry.We strive to train engineers with an integrated market approach and a focus on the concepts of intellectual property and intellectual product marketing.Combining innovative economic management with knowledge about the micro world is one of our key objectives at the current stage.
First Deputy Director General for Technical Policy, Russian Grids
Combined management methods are the future of the power industry.There is demand for interdisciplinary knowledge and interfaces between adjacent sectors.The power grid industry lacks traditional engineers.In past years, the progressively poorer understanding of the subject and deviation from traditional industry knowledge has been preventing us from implementing new technologies.Nevertheless, integration is happening, and technologies are developing despite the various barriers that we will undoubtedly overcome.Barriers include lack of foreign language competence, low stress resilience and no awareness of new technologies.
CEO, Composite Holding Company, member of the Coordination Council, Moscow School of Management, Skolkovo
We are living in an amazing time, when we can watch the true nature of man.Out of all people, only 10% are prepared to sacrifice absolutely everything for their career.A person can be successful in any job.The trick is to find the one that truly inflames you.When pursuing your professional aims, improving, and striving for success, one shouldn’t worry about money.It will always come to those who are sincerely fascinated with their job.
President, Association of Children’s Industry Companies (AIDT); Member of Coordination Council under President of the Russian Federation for the Implementation of National Strategy of Actions for Children; Member of Public Council of Council of Ministers of Industry and Commerce of the Russian Federation
Future professionals must be able to work in teams and in projects, find and use information, adapt together with their industry, both in terms of occupational and personal competences. For example, there is the child development expert, as well as the parenting coach.These are jobs vital for human safety and standards of living.Their work will be divided between all kinds of past competences, which will mix when a specialist is a designer and manager at the same time.
Vice President, Russian Public Organization of Small and Medium Business Support of Russia; President, Independent Non-Profit Organization National Centre for Research and Development in Healthcare and Social Sector Support of Health; Vice President, Non-Profit Partnership National Chamber of Medicine
The economy of the future will be more focused on the mass consumer, on personal tastes, preferences and expectations.At the same time, economic changes will still be driven by the requirement to provide for traditional basic human needs, most often online and fueled by information and automation technologies.Knowledge, practical skills and expertise in these areas, along with proficiency in languages, will form the basis for job competencies and relevant qualification requirements for experts and workers engaged in innovative industries.