WalletHub: Marick Masters on factors influencing future of U.S. jobs
Marick Masters, professor at Wayne State University’s Mike Ilitch School of Business, shares insights about the types of jobs that may be most threatened by automation, fields expected to experience a high rate of job growth, and more. “The sectors in which the most growth is expected are healthcare, leisure and hospitality, advanced technology, data and information analysis, and alternative energy. Jobs that involve the provision of care and services for the elderly and infirm are like to grow considerably. Included among the specific jobs expecting growth are nurse practitioners, statisticians, health services managers, data analysts, and technicians working in alternative energy,” Masters said.