Future jobs article in the Guardian

I’ve just had a piece published by the Guardian science blog, about the future jobs report by Fast Future. You can read the article here.

It’s based on my reports in this blog:

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4 Comments on “Future jobs article in the Guardian”

  1. martywalpole Says:

    Damn good article, James. Wow! You write well (have any pointers for me?) Of course we write different genre, but you’re advice would be welcome. Thanks for explaining how the birds drink and eat on their epic flights around the planet. I’ll try to come up with some other query for your scientific mind.

    • James Hayton Says:

      Can’t take credit for the birds explanation, I just asked someone who knows about that sort of thing! I put a link to her blog in the reply I posted.

      Thanks for the compliments!


  2. Hi, James.

    Congratulations on the article on the Guardian science blog – a very nicely written piece. Good piece of investigative journalism behind it as well. We couldn’t pass up the opportunity to advertise the success of a Nottingham Nanoscience group alumnus, so we’ve added a short news piece to the home page of the group !

    I was also delighted to hear that you’ll soon be starting a post-doc position in Barcelona. It’ll be good to read of your exploits there on 10minus9! (Great name for a blog, by the way – it reads like the title of a Philip K. Dick or Vonnegut novel…)

    All the best,

    Philip

    P.S. And, oh, thanks for the Tweet about the Sixty Symbols video. Much appreciated.


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