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30 Human Jobs That AI Cannot Takeover

When I asked ChatGPT to make a list of human jobs that Artificial Intelligence is not going to take over, here are 30, among other, jobs that the ChatGPT outlined.


While it’s difficult to predict the future with certainty, here are some human jobs that are less likely to be automated by AI in the near future:

  1. Social workers and other care workers who require emotional intelligence, empathy and the ability to communicate effectively with people in difficult situations.
  2. Creative professionals such as artists, musicians, writers, and designers who rely on intuition, imagination and originality in their work.
  3. Skilled tradespeople like plumbers, electricians and carpenters who must work with physical objects and navigate complex systems.
  4. Healthcare professionals such as doctors, nurses and therapists who need to analyze complex medical data and make critical decisions based on their expertise and judgment.
  5. Teachers and educators who require strong interpersonal skills and the ability to adapt their teaching methods to the needs of individual students.
  6. Scientists and researchers who require creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving skills to develop new theories and innovate in their fields.
  7. Salespeople who rely on their ability to connect with clients and persuade them to buy products or services.
  8. Human resources and talent management professionals who need to understand the unique needs and motivations of individuals to recruit, retain and develop top talent.
  9. Law enforcement officers and emergency responders who must respond quickly to unpredictable situations and make decisions under pressure.
  10. Journalists and reporters who require strong communication skills, critical thinking and a deep understanding of complex issues.
  1. Event planners who require creativity and the ability to plan and execute events that meet the needs and expectations of their clients.
  2. Environmental scientists and conservationists who need to understand complex ecosystems and make decisions based on scientific analysis and observation.
  3. Mental health professionals such as psychologists and counsellors who require empathy, emotional intelligence and critical thinking skills to provide personalized care to patients.
  4. Personal trainers and fitness instructors who need to understand the unique needs and goals of each client and create personalized workout plans.
  5. Customer service representatives who require strong communication skills and the ability to solve complex problems and provide personalized solutions for customers.
  6. Hospitality and tourism professionals such as hotel managers and travel agents who require strong interpersonal skills and the ability to provide personalized service to clients.
  7. Politicians and government officials who need to understand complex issues and make decisions that balance the needs of different stakeholders.
  8. Social media managers who require creativity, critical thinking and the ability to understand and engage with different audiences on various social media platforms.
  9. Lawyers who need to understand complex legal issues and make decisions based on their legal expertise and judgment.
  10. Farmers and agricultural workers who require a deep understanding of agriculture and the ability to work with physical objects and navigate complex systems.
  1. Religious leaders and spiritual advisors who require empathy, emotional intelligence, and the ability to provide guidance and support to individuals and communities.
  2. Tradespeople in industries such as welding, masonry, and automotive repair who need to work with physical materials and equipment that require a high level of skill and manual dexterity.
  3. Archaeologists and historians who require critical thinking, research skills, and the ability to interpret historical data and artifacts.
  4. Performing artists such as actors and dancers who rely on creativity, originality, and expressiveness in their work.
  5. Personal care and beauty professionals such as hairdressers, makeup artists, and estheticians who require a high level of interpersonal skills and the ability to personalize their services for each client.
  6. Food service workers such as chefs and restaurant managers who require creativity, problem-solving skills, and the ability to manage a team and provide excellent customer service.
  7. Sports coaches and trainers who need to understand the unique needs and goals of each athlete and create personalized training plans.
  8. Emergency management professionals such as firefighters and paramedics who need to respond quickly and effectively to emergency situations.
  9. Military personnel who require the ability to make quick decisions and work collaboratively with a team in complex and dynamic environments.
  10. Personal assistants and executive assistants who require strong organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and the ability to anticipate and fulfil the needs of their employers.


It’s important to note that these jobs may still be impacted by AI in various ways, and individuals in these fields should stay up-to-date with the latest technological advancements to ensure they remain competitive in the job market.

Victor Negro

Founder and Visionary of The Sophia Club. Author and Spiritual Teacher.

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Kin Roberts

    These are jobs to look into, so you don’t get replaced by AI.

    I doubt the WRITING aspect. AI is taking writers job, everyone is now a Writer.

    1. Victor Negro

      I agree with you on your opinion on writing. But because AI cannot put soul into writing or bring about something original and creative, “creative writers” can hold their job. If you notice, there is mention of “creativity and originality” in these jobs, that is what makes them unique from what AI produces.

  2. Utitofon-idara Inyang

    Now ask of the ones that’ll be replaced

  3. Blessing Bassey

    This is insightful! I noticed that everyone is talking about AI and how it helps you do all the work without sweating; everyone wants to leverage on AI and then take all the credits afterwards. Sadly, no one is talking about the effect of relying solely on AI; how it’s going to make you ‘brain lazy ‘, taking away the ability to think creatively and solve basic problems. Writers are not left out! While we’re taking advantage of the AI trend, I hope we find a balance so we don’t end up losing our creativity and skills.

    1. Victor Negro

      That balance is truly needed for creatives. This is why the post emphasizes on originality and creativity. Those who can maintain this pair will save their reputation.

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