According to the WEF report, jobs in the education industry are expected to increase by about 10 percent.
Indian Job Market: There will be a lot of ups and downs in the job market in India in the next five years.
This information has been given in a report titled "Future of Jobs" released by the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Monday.
It has been said in the report that due to the increasing trend of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and Data segment, about 22 percent change in jobs can be seen in the Indian job market.
According to the WEF report, due to the new trend, there will be a 23 percent change in jobs in the global job market by 2027.
During this period, the rate of increase in jobs can be 10.2 percent and the rate of decline can be 12.3 percent. Along with this, it has been found in the report that by the year 2027, 69 million i.e. 6.90 crore new jobs will be created, while 83 million (8.30 crore) jobs will be created. It is expected to end.
In this way, about 14 million (1.40 crore) jobs will be cut.
This is equal to 2 percent of the existing jobs.
Along with this, it has been told in the report that due to which the upheaval will continue in the job market, Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning and data segment will have the biggest contribution.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning (38 percent), data analysts and scientists (33 percent), and data entry clerks (32 percent) are expected to create jobs in the global job market by 2027.
However, the biggest gain in jobs will come from agriculture and education industry.
The report found that jobs in the education industry are expected to increase by about 10 percent, creating an additional 3 million jobs for vocational education teachers and university and higher education, while agricultural professionals, especially agricultural equipment operators, graders, And jobs for sorters are expected to see an increase of 15-30 percent, adding up to an additional 4 million jobs.
On the contrary, due to the increase in jobs in Artificial Intelligence ie AI, there will be less jobs in some sectors.
Of these, accountants and auditors (5 percent), operations managers (14 percent) and factory workers (18 percent) are expected to suffer the most.
This survey report has been prepared on the basis of data of 803 companies employing more than 11 million people in 27 industry groups and 45 economic regions of the world.