Dear Mom and Dad: When I grow up, I want to be a nostalgist.
Said no child, ever.
Wait a few years, though, and that scenario is likely to change.
By 2030, job titles that may seem bizarre today will be among the most-sought after careers in the labour market, according to the Canadian Scholarship Trust Plan.
FYI. A nostalgist is an interior designer who specializes in recreating memories for wealthy seniors.
“Rather than settling for a typical ‘retirement village’ experience where everyone’s apartment looks the same, the wealthy elderly of 2030 will have the luxury of living in a space inspired by their favourite decade. Nostalgists recreate the setting of their preferred time and place for seniors wishing to relive their past, from a small-town 1970s living room to a 1980s university dorm room,” the CST website states.
The list of future jobs also includes titles such as Tele-Surgeon (operating on people using robotic tools, rather than human hands), a Localizer (helping communitiesRead More »from Jobs of 2030 may include ‘Rewilder’ and ‘Nostalgist’: report