Updated: Mar 20
Full Disclosure: I'm not out of a Career Coaching job just yet!
You may have heard that OpenAI recently released an updated version of Chat GPT - their artificial intelligent bot that can apparently write just about anything for you. Hold the press college students - this is a beta and does not solve your year end term paper woes just yet!
Now I'm HR all day but I've supported IT professionals a good chunk of my career, so I'm not completely in the dark about IT and all the futuristic AI tech coming down the pike. So this doesn't serve as a fully comprehensive overview of OpenAI's latest gadget on the web. There are people far more qualified than me to do that!
What I did however was took a stab at my own OpenAI account to see what it would say about careers and oh boy!
Request: Write an article about careers after COVID-19
Here's what Chat GPT had to say:
The Covid-19 pandemic has drastically changed the job market, creating an uncertain future for many workers. But while some industries are in decline, there are still opportunities for those seeking employment.
Here are some of the most promising careers that are emerging in the post-Covid-19 world.
1. Remote Working Specialist: With many companies transitioning to remote working models, there is an increasing need for professionals to help organizations successfully transition to this new way of working. As a Remote Working Specialist, you will help businesses develop effective remote working strategies, provide advice on the best technology and tools to use, and ensure that the transition is successful.
2. Online Educator: Schools are increasingly turning to online education platforms to provide students with alternative learning opportunities during the pandemic. As an Online Educator, you can help these schools create virtual learning environments and assist them in developing effective online teaching techniques.
3. Mental Health Professional: The pandemic has had a significant mental health impact on many people, leading to an increased demand for mental health professionals. As a Mental Health Professional, you can help individuals cope with the psychological effects of the pandemic, as well as provide psychological support and guidance to those who need it.
4. Business Analyst: Many companies are facing unprecedented challenges due to the pandemic, leading to a need for professionals who can help them identify and address their problems. As a Business Analyst, you will be responsible for analyzing data and identifying potential solutions to help businesses adapt to the new environment.
The Covid-19 pandemic has certainly created a challenging job market, but there are still opportunities for those who are willing to explore new career paths. Whether you’re looking for a role in remote working, online education, mental health, or business analysis, there are plenty of promising career opportunities in the post-Covid-19 world.
Ok - it's Ayanna again: Let's continue to educate ourselves about the tech, what we read AND see online, and hey - can we have a career in this space? Absolutely!