Education and training — £28,664 per year.
Teachers are always in high demand, according to Indeed. There's something about learning new things from a person that makes the information stick better than if you were learning everything remotely. Teachers are especially important when they have languages, because there are often children in classes who have migrated from other countries.
Teaching vacancies in the UK rose by 5% in the past two years, according to Indeed.
Cyber security expert — Around £30,000 per year.
A recent Indeed study shows that the UK had the third highest number of adverts for cyber security roles in the world. London alone is one of the biggest centres for cybersecurity firms.
However, the employer demand for these jobs is three times higher than the candidate interest. Over the past 18 months, there has been an 18% increase in cyber security postings on the Indeed site, so it's unlikely robots will be taking these jobs away any time soon.
Human resources — Around £36,000 per year.
The clue is in the name. While finding the right candidate is becoming increasingly reliant on data and automated screening in some professions, the soft skills that people bring to the table are still valuable.
Emotional intelligence and the ability to read people will always be important in this sector, which robots probably won't be able to do any time soon.
Delivery or Logistics management — £43,435 per year.
There's been a lot of talk in the past year or so about delivery drones, and how they will take over as a method of receiving your post. However, the logistics sector still requires humans to be involved in the oversight and management.
According to Indeed, delivery driver job postings are some of the hardest roles to fill, often being on the site for 60 days or longer.