What are the most important professions?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Raven Cameron



What are the most important professions?

This is a very intriguing question because seven, while a lucky number, is also a very limiting number. I know that my choices will be generalist and that I will assume that some of the theoretical fields of STEM will not be included to a large extent because I believe that if we have intelligent survivors, those fields will re-emerge on their own:

  1. Philosopher poet: We need someone who has the resources to transmit the best of the old culture and who has the ability to reflect on the experiences of the new.
  2. Farmers: If we are going to survive anywhere, we will need someone who carries with them advanced knowledge of nutrition and the ability to cultivate and nurture that will help us survive.
  3. Doctor. I'd probably take someone with a "general specialty" like a doctor of internal medicine. He would also be a person who understands the connection between physical and mental health.
  4. Architect / Builder. The new society will not thrive in the new environment without someone who can create a haven. He and the farmer will be responsible for food and shelter, two of the most important aspects of the Maslow hierarchy and therefore essential pieces of our new society.
  5. Physical chemist. This person will be needed to assist in the transition to higher study and evaluation of the physical environment and the possibility of developing the available resources.
  6. Historian. Without a reminder of the past civilization the group has left, you will not be able to replicate important perspectives or avoid the historical mistakes that led to the destruction of the previous civilization. The historian will begin to document the new story.
  7. Survival expert. A survival expert like Survivorman's Les Stroud would be required to have the ability to adapt the components of the transported environment to the appearance of the new environment to achieve the maximum conditions necessary for long-term persistence.

That is my group. And the only sad thing is that I haven't reserved a seat for someone exactly like me.

Teachers

You may think that doctors, farmers, and anyone else are important, but you must remember the person who built the foundation for your skills, the Master.

Elementary school teachers are important because they teach the basic language, for example, the alphabet, punctuation, and sounds. They also teach students basic math, such as addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication. These tools allow the student to develop their knowledge of things like writing sentences and asking more challenging math questions. The primary school teacher can also point out children with the

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Teachers

You may think that doctors, farmers, and anyone else are important, but you must remember the person who built the foundation for your skills, the Master.

Elementary school teachers are important because they teach the basic language, for example, the alphabet, punctuation, and sounds. They also teach students basic math, such as addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication. These tools allow the student to develop their knowledge of things like writing sentences and asking more challenging math questions. The elementary school teacher can also identify children with learning difficulties such as ADHD and dyslexia. By doing so, you can help tailor your child's education to your needs.

Middle school or high school teacher, teach students the more challenging side of education. This includes science, math, literature, language arts, and humanities, and three other chosen subjects that students can choose from. This includes physical education, business studies, sociology, media studies, and design technology. This allows first-time students to choose their own path for what they want to do at a higher level. The teacher also has to deal with more challenging behaviors of the students, be it family or educational problems. Again, it allows the teacher to tailor the child's education.

Advanced level, after finishing high school, students can choose their path to A-level courses and are likely to stick to college and maybe a job. This is important as it makes students choose which paths will be in the future.

One reason teachers may not be the most important job is because they can't "change the world" there, but I think teachers can give students the tools to "change the world" and they do it on a daily basis. makes it even more important and impressive.

In conclusion, I believe that teaching is the most important job in the world because it helps to build the future of students so that they can have a more successful life and a better future. Whether it's becoming a doctor, an engineer, an entrepreneur, a builder, or even a prime minister. We would never have the most important people in the world and a functional civilization if it weren't for the teachers and their knowledge.

Water and sewer engineers for a mile. About an order of magnitude more impact than the entire medical profession. IIRC was a WHO post where I saw this analyzed.

As for why I didn't… I never really thought about helping people. As a young man I would have been labeled a conservative.

Let everyone take care of themselves. It worked for me, but I was very smart, aggressive as hell and from a long established family. I also got into electronics and oil at the right time. Luck helped.

It was only in my thirties that I went to graduate school to do math and learned systems engineering at

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Water and sewer engineers for a mile. About an order of magnitude more impact than the entire medical profession. IIRC was a WHO post where I saw this analyzed.

As for why I didn't… I never really thought about helping people. As a young man I would have been labeled a conservative.

Let everyone take care of themselves. It worked for me, but I was very smart, aggressive as hell and from a long established family. I also got into electronics and oil at the right time. Luck helped.

It was only in my thirties that I went to graduate school to do math and learn systems engineering. It was that experience that showed me how much the system mattered and that "tough individualism" almost never got it anywhere. I was lucky.

It could carry a billion American millionaires and had they been born in Sudan, half of them would have starved and almost none would have escaped poverty.

I write from Morocco. This is my second month-long trip here this year. The strides this country has made since the 1990s illustrate my point. The King is a development expert. In addition to his BA and MA, he did his Ph.D. in development economics with Jacques Delors. He has put the knowledge to good use and it really shows. Across this land I see girls in headscarves carrying their books to and from school. Beautiful smooth highways run across the country. The country tracks that I chose on a landrover in the nineties now have a 100 km / h tarmac. Power towers connect every mountain and every valley. The houses are built with a Poroton terracotta clockwork. Small towns have medical clinics, including special skin care clinics. I get 3g everywhere, including the desert and LTE in cities.

There are thousands of kilometers of water supply. That's not surprising, since these guys have been moving water from the mountains to the plain since before the Romans built Volubilus.

Solar energy abounds and they have the second largest solar thermal power plant in the world in Ouarzazate. Quite a show ... I visited there earlier in the week.

Most of the cars are new. Pots are not allowed. Except for the old land vehicles in the extreme south and west of the Sahara. Also many of the old desert 4x4 trucks, like Berliet and Mercedes, still roam back roads on the trans Atlas.

Infrastructure and social changes are fabulous.

There is still much left to do. Price increases exceed wages, but that is expected ... and I think foreign investment will raise wages.

I don't know about the Rif ... that has always been a dodgy area.

My point is that social investment really matters a lot. Without that, we are tough individualists shitting ourselves to death in the woods.

Not so fun fact: For every 1% increase in unemployment, 4,000 people die (in the US).

Many of the answers here seem to be very focused on the lives of the wealthy, discarding ideas of goods and hierarchies of values ​​in favor of things that promote mental well-being. Certainly a well-intentioned approach to this question. However, the people below need food and shelter first! We in the West can only be concerned with these philosophical and spiritual problems because the other more pressing problems inherent in the human being have already been solved.

The most valuable: entrepreneurs, but not all

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Not so fun fact: For every 1% increase in unemployment, 4,000 people die (in the US).

Many of the answers here seem to be very focused on the lives of the wealthy, discarding ideas of goods and hierarchies of values ​​in favor of things that promote mental well-being. Certainly a well-intentioned approach to this question. However, the people below need food and shelter first! We in the West can only be concerned with these philosophical and spiritual problems because the other more pressing problems inherent in the human being have already been solved.

The most valuable: entrepreneurs, but not all!

Just starting a business doesn't necessarily make your work worthwhile, but the breakthroughs that have led to the biggest reductions in poverty and suffering in the 19th and 20th centuries come from entrepreneurs. For example, let's take a company that has found a more efficient way to convert the sun's energy into electricity. That is a lot of value! Now countries that are not rich in energy resources can invest in solar energy, which is expected to be much cheaper. They produce more goods than they can export. After all, whatever you think of capitalism, there is more food on the plates of the world's poorest because some entrepreneur wanted to take advantage of solar energy. So, let's take a company that has created a new cryptocurrency; basically all they've done is find a way to use a lot of energy to help people launder money. Which is more valuable? (I'm being a bit of a joker about the latter, but supposedly 44% of crypto transactions are for illegal purposes, so maybe not.)

Entrepreneurs have more room to add value to the world because one great idea and its proper implementation is all it takes to change the lives of millions.

A note on society's intermediaries:

I could comment on the other professions that are very valuable, including doctors and educators, but I'm pretty sure people already have a good idea of ​​what they bring. I will comment on the value that intermediaries bring and that I think is seldom understood or recognized.

Intermediaries include brokers, financial traders, certain bankers, resellers, and many more. The main thing intermediaries do is increase efficiency.

Why are food prices low and stable? Because futures traders create high liquidity in the market that allows farmers to lock in the prices of their products.

How are buildings constructed? Because at the beginning of the project, the cost of the materials can be arranged, again, thanks to the futures traders.

There are millions of examples, and this certainly does not mean that there are no useless intermediaries, but you get the idea. Efficiency is good for the whole.

I had never planned to enter the legal profession, it just happened. Fate, as you know it… Many Quorans and others mistake me for a lawyer. Even in my organization, many believe that I am a lawyer. I am not. Not yet.

I work as a legal analyst in a multinational in Gurgaon and I am also a law student. It was just a matter of chance, and I had the basic legal knowledge that I had to get this job even without having an LL.B. degree. I have had the privilege of training young attorneys in legal matters related to the functioning of the legal function in an organization, the fundamentals of hiring, legal administration,

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I had never planned to enter the legal profession, it just happened. Fate, as you know it… Many Quorans and others mistake me for a lawyer. Even in my organization, many believe that I am a lawyer. I am not. Not yet.

I work as a legal analyst in a multinational in Gurgaon and I am also a law student. It was just a matter of chance, and I had the basic legal knowledge that I had to get this job even without having an LL.B. degree. I have had the privilege of training young lawyers in legal matters related to the functioning of the legal function in an organization, the fundamentals of contracting, legal administration, etc.

Before starting to tell you the reasons, you should know that the lawyers who work in companies are not practicing lawyers and do not deal with civil / criminal matters, except for Legal Advice on labor and employment matters. They are known as "Internal Advisors" and their area of ​​expertise is hiring, business litigation, employee / employment legal matters, real estate and advisory matters, and so on. So, here are the top five reasons, in my opinion, someone should choose to be an in-house attorney: -

  1. Respect: People respect you, your title, the legal knowledge you have and the position you occupy.
    I have been able to work with integrity and maintain good credibility in my organization. I had the option to switch to HR and other departments because I already have an MBA and have good personal relationships with other professionals. But I stayed at Legal even after knowing I had to get an LL.B degree and start from scratch to grow, otherwise I would fail miserably.
    Not only within the organization, even in the outside world, do you get respect for being a legal professional.
  2. Challenging and interesting: Almost every department will trust you for legal advice. It all starts with the paperwork and that's when they contact you as a lawyer. It can be really challenging at times as you need to be ready with answers / opinions / advice. It must be thorough and firm. This makes it challenging and interesting. You will not have a monotonous job.
  3. Good Pay and Growth - The first few years can be challenging for you, but as you start to pick up the pace and improve your writing, negotiating, and legal interpretation skills, you get paid well and grow well.
  4. Work-life balance - This may differ from company to company, industry to industry, but my observation is that internal advisers have a good work-life balance for most of the year. This is very important to have a stress-free personal and family life.
    My work hours are from 10:30 a.m. M. At 5:30 p. M. With a fixed weekly rest on Saturdays and Sundays with the option of working from home on weekdays if there is a personal situation.
  5. Endless Demand for Lawyers - As long as the world remains, the demand for lawyers will not diminish. Therefore, you do not need to worry about your work. If you are not an in-house attorney, you have many other options if you have an LL.B.

Bonus #: Everyone around you: your neighbors, rivals, the police and other professionals will be extremely careful and respectful when talking to Vakeel Saab (attorney sir).

PS: - As I am not yet a lawyer, feel free to NOT seek any legal advice from me;) This is one of the reasons for writing this answer. I wanted to clear up this question that I may not be the right person to seek legal advice at this time. At least not free. Haha! JK;)

Here I am, with three of our team members relaxing in the office cafeteria. I'm the one with the Manoj Kumar pose;)

Thanks for asking, Akshay ♥ I loved writing this answer. I realized that I am blessed and should be thankful to God. Alhamdulillah!

Actually, this was a conversation I had with a medical colleague some time ago.

Me: You know, I just realized this. There are only four real professions: teacher, engineer, doctor, soldier. If civilization were to collapse tomorrow for whatever reason - zombies, a virus, nuclear war, Donald Trump becoming the POTUS - we would need these four to keep doing their jobs. Their ancillary professions, such as nurses, factory machinists, law enforcement officers, would also count. But everyone else would be slave labor to help these four.

Medical Companion: Just like that? Is everyone else just slave labor?

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Actually, this was a conversation I had with a medical colleague some time ago.

Me: You know, I just realized this. There are only four real professions: teacher, engineer, doctor, soldier. If civilization were to collapse tomorrow for whatever reason - zombies, a virus, nuclear war, Donald Trump becoming the POTUS - we would need these four to keep doing their jobs. Their ancillary professions, such as nurses, factory machinists, law enforcement officers, would also count. But everyone else would be slave labor to help these four.

Medical Companion: Just like that? Is everyone else just slave labor?

Me: Well, not equally. Bankers and lawyers are very detail-oriented, so we would give them a meticulous job, like reloading the gun magazines. And we would put MBA graduates in charge of them.

FellowPhysician: What about art graduates?

AN: Oh, liberal arts graduates would be mules to carry ammunition, vaccines, food, water. However, the performing arts would be very useful in entertaining groups of manual workers who take a break between their shifts. Especially actors. Although I think male lead actors would be the first to die.

Medical Companion: How did you imagine?

AN: Well, we would tell them to go on stage and take off their clothes or make people laugh. They would say no, because they are just used to playing the hero / villain. We'd say we don't need it, because this is a real apocalypse and we have real heroes / villains all around us. They would say they don't feel like it. We'd lose patience and pull out a gun and threaten to fire a warning shot at the count of three.
Then they would complain that they can't entertain because the gun makes them nervous. The waiting crowd would grow impatient. So someone would say they found a Mad Libs book and a megaphone, and we'd send them on stage instead.

Medical Companion: And the actor?

AN: As promised, we would count to three and fire a warning shot. In your head.

Medical Companion: I ... well ... what about the politicians?

AN: Human shields. Throw them at the zombies.

A profession is basically something that you decide to pursue in order to be successful in life. As you think about the profession you would pursue, take a minute and find out what really interests you, your hobbies, the skills you want to excel at.

Take notes, consider the career that you have access to easily, try to research the fields, streams or courses that you think will help you achieve your goal of choosing the right profession for you.

Honestly, I feel like we all make mistakes and deserve a second chance, whether it's in life or in choosing your profession, if not.

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A profession is basically something that you decide to pursue in order to be successful in life. As you think about the profession you would pursue, take a minute and find out what really interests you, your hobbies, the skills you want to excel at.

Take notes, consider the career that you have access to easily, try to research the fields, streams or courses that you think will help you achieve your goal of choosing the right profession for you.

Honestly, I feel that we all make mistakes and deserve a second chance, whether in life or in choosing your profession, if you are not satisfied with what you do, stop and start looking for something that interests you and makes it worthwhile. Live your life.

Education - This is one of the key factors that help you choose your careers. Interest and aptitude in a certain field is one of the main reasons that persuade a person to seek greater knowledge in that field, leading to the easy choice of a career.

If you are still confused or need help, I suggest you opt for AbroEduShip, they will surely guide you and bring you one step closer to your profession.

I don't know how to file a lien

I don't know how to repair a heart

I could get by by replacing a water heater and fuel pump, but I won't be able to fix a bent gasket on my wheel housing.

I do not have a crane despite knowing how to operate it and I cannot afford to rent one. I also don't have time to work full time and repair the roof of my house.

I don't know how to launch or build a satellite, or build an airplane, although I understand that it only takes about 370 hours to fly one.

I don't have time to work full time and I also take care of the water station, the power plant, and burnout.

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I don't know how to file a lien

I don't know how to repair a heart

I could get by by replacing a water heater and fuel pump, but I won't be able to fix a bent gasket on my wheel housing.

I do not have a crane despite knowing how to operate it and I cannot afford to rent one. I also don't have time to work full time and repair the roof of my house.

I don't know how to launch or build a satellite, or build an airplane, although I understand that it only takes about 370 hours to fly one.

I don't have time to work full time and I also take care of the water station, the power station and the electric cable.

I don't have time to work full time and stop crime, save people, or put out fires.

I can and do spend most of my time doing everything from running fiber optic and CAT 6 cable, installing optical carriers, t3 and t10, doing advanced networking, software support, building and repairing PCs, and repairing operating systems and file corruptions. and virtual desktops, while other people handle other matters. to include the 17 to 20 hours a day it takes to cultivate.

So I take care of the computer and Internet things, while other people take care of the rest. Could you do those jobs? probably: am I willing to do those jobs? Sure, but again I couldn't do any of those jobs while doing the others, I couldn't do any of those jobs while doing mine. So I thought what I could do is let people who want to spend 8 years learning to be doctors so that they can say they are doctors do it and I will continue to do the job that I took because I loved Scotty on Start Trek. more than Mccoy. It is not entirely true. I love Deforrest Kelly, but I was talking about my job.

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I think the answer is not a firm noun. There are different opinions about that.

When someone in the house breaks out the fire disaster, the firefighters handle it well in time. So we all think that firefighters are the most important and useful for society.

When our children grow up to be outstanding men in some area, we realize that the teacher is more important and useful to society.

When we have an acute illness that is too painful to calm me down, then the doctor performs a good operation on us and we recover. And the doctor?

When an invader or terrorist attacks our country, who will they think of first?

Even though

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I think the answer is not a firm noun. There are different opinions about that.

When someone in the house breaks out the fire disaster, the firefighters handle it well in time. So we all think that firefighters are the most important and useful for society.

When our children grow up to be outstanding men in some area, we realize that the teacher is more important and useful to society.

When we have an acute illness that is too painful to calm me down, then the doctor performs a good operation on us and we recover. And the doctor?

When an invader or terrorist attacks our country, who will they think of first?

Although there are a variety of professions that are most useful to society, they all have one thing in common: serving people like me, like you.

All the level of profession is important because if we do not have one of them it will be impossible for me to live. The lower level of profession contains a carpenter a carpenter is a person who makes the different structure of woods such as bed, sofa, etc. with outside the sofa, bed, the bilgate also can not sit, sleep, so need a carpenter and all the level of profession is important.

Thank you for requesting my answer to your question. In my opinion, the most important profession is that of a military officer. It is the most important because they have the power to do things that any normal person could not even conceive of. They have billions of dollars in equipment and men and they have the power to enforce the global policies of this government. It is important because you need the right kind of people for this job. That is difficult because many people do not have the temperament to be a military officer. Is special.

The second most important person is the civil engineer. THE

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Thank you for requesting my answer to your question. In my opinion, the most important profession is that of a military officer. It is the most important because they have the power to do things that any normal person could not even conceive of. They have billions of dollars in equipment and men and they have the power to enforce the global policies of this government. It is important because you need the right kind of people for this job. That is difficult because many people do not have the temperament to be a military officer. Is special.

The second most important person is the civil engineer. The EC is the one that can build societies and keep them healthy by being competent in public health. No country can function without infrastructure. Civil engineers often do not have the glory of other engineers.

The teacher is next in importance. They are the agents that mold young minds to be the best they can be. They make it easier for a child to achieve their dreams. \

Next, I am the civil servant of the public service. Without this individual, there would be no order. And finally, he is the doctor because he is the person who can help us achieve the maximum result with what we obtained.

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