It sounds funny to say. But artificial intelligence is a real thing now. And if you’re a young person who’s just heading out in to the real world, you might find it more than a little bit interesting how many jobs are related to it.
I just saw this headline about artificial intelligence:
“U.S. companies are on a hiring spree for A.I. jobs. And they pay an average of $146,000.”
Wow. That’s a pretty nice average. And here’s what the article, that went with that headline added:
“There were 7.6 million open jobs in the U.S. in June, according to the Adzuna database, with a growing share calling for AI skills: 169,045 jobs in the U.S. cited AI needs, and 3,575 called for generative AI work in particular.
Some of the most common jobs include tech roles you’d expect, like software engineer, product designer, deep learning architect and data scientist. But one fast-growing role where there’s ‘absolutely a shortage’ of qualified applicants is tax manager, says James Neave, Adzuna’s head of data science.”
Of course, those jobs don’t sound as glamorous as YouTube influencer or Tik Tok vid star. But my guess is they’ll be jobs you can sink your teeth into well after your youth and good looks fade. I know you might not think that’ll ever happen. But the reality is, it happens. To everybody.
I talk a lot about how to be a business owner. And how to run a business. And how to build your Vision much better and faster with the right System. But there are plenty of people who just don’t want to build a business. And that’s fine. Because not everybody’s cut out for all that requires.
If you’re one of those people, then at least get a high-paying job.
And apparently there are more and more of those in the world of artificial intelligence. In fact, that article I just quoted also said this about AI jobs:
“…have been around for decades but exploded in recent months as ChatGPT entered the scene in late 2022. Ever since, companies hoping to stay on the cusp of emerging technology have been desperate to hire people with skills to build the technology. And implement it into their workflows, such as by building chatbots to improve customer service or processing large amounts of data to make business decisions.”
Now, just because someone wrote an article about high-paying jobs in the world of artificial intelligence doesn’t mean you should start sending out tons of resumés. Especially if that work doesn’t sync with your vision. And if you’re not even sure what your vision is yet, that’s the place to start.
So, that’s why the very first lessons in RondaReady YOUniversity are designed to help you discover your Vision. Because you can have a lot more success when you focus your energy in the direction you’d actually like to go.
How about we talk about it some more? Book a free call with me, with that handy calendar below. And give me a chance to see where you wanna go in life. I’d love to help YOU if I can. Let’s talk soon.
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