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Dealing with Disruptive Technologies Open house

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Automation does not necessarily imply loss of jobs,
But you may have to learn new technologies to retain them.

Automation occurs naturally as technology improves, pertaining to a job market. Over the last few decades, Technology has improved at a breakneck speed, subverting many unexpected professions. Although many workers don't think automation will replace their jobs,
The following are five surprising areas that are facing automation in the forseeable future.

Medical professionals
It’s hard to believe any machine could replace the delicate, expertly trained hands of a surgeon, but according to a variety of articles from the beginning of this decade, massive technological advancements in medicine could have an impact on medical professionals.

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Hair Dressing professionals
Well, according to an Oxford study on job automation, Hair dressing professionals are at an exceptionally high risk of finding themselves losing their jobs to machines.

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Bartenders
Similar Oxford study states bartenders have a high probability of being automated in the future. It puts the propability index at 77%

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Venture capitalists
Machines of the future will not all of a sudden become savvy businesspeople able to better negotiate contracts than the crew found on “Shark Tank.”But it is on the cards.

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Baking specialists
Bakers are not immune to the possibility that of a robot doing the job and possibly better.



*with inputs from www.monster.com, Globe and Mail, career-advice .


Montreal College assists candidates take up career programs in the face of disruptive technologies suing cutting edge emerging technologies.
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23rd August 2019

The Montreal College of Information Technology is an institute of higher learning focused on delivering intensive, job-ready IT programs. Buoyed by the College’s state-of-the-art technological capabilities, our faculty of instructors implements industry-relevant curricula through an engaging learning experience that seeks to ensure workforce readiness and resilience. We train job ready programs in the following domains.

A.E.C. in Big Data Developer
A.E.C. in Business Intelligence & Visualization Analyst
A.E.C. in Business Analyst in Information Technology
A.E.C. in Software testing & Quality Assurance
A.E.C. in SAP Supply Chain Management
A.E.C. in Network Admin & Technical Support
A.E.C. in Full Stack developer Java
A.E.C. in Full Stack Web Developer
A.E.C. in Digital Marketing & Web




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