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For thousands of years, people have linked their hopes for change to the night between the years, to a better future as the years go by.


Not coincidentally, this holiday is particularly rich in customs, traditions and superstitions, some funny, some downright absurd, but all come to complete the festive atmosphere and good mood.


New Year's Eve holds the record for most seniority. The Babylonians celebrated it 6,000 years ago, in the first nine months after the solstice. The festival lasted 11 days, with various activities taking place every day. Then people, as now, set goals for the new year. A common resolution among the Babylonians was the return of borrowed agricultural equipment. On this occasion the king went through a ritual of repentance and was stripped of power to spend three days in isolation and in prayer. When he returned to the world, restoration ceremonies were organized to provide him with the support of nature. Let's see now what interesting traditions we can find through the various cultures…


1.Heads will roll


2.I can’t believe is New Year 2022


3.Have a happy New Year


Traditions and customs, as well as New Year's superstitions, have been passed down by word of mouth from generation to generation. The most common of these are presented by dcnews.ro, which appreciates that if we were to respect them all, we would not have time to spend years between friends and family.


Thus, tradition says that if you do not have money in your pocket for the New Year, you will have bad luck all year round. In addition, it is not good to have debts at the end of the year, because you will have debts next year.


4.Christmas just ended


5.New Year resolutions


6.Happy New Year


7.Choose to live your best life now


It is also said that if you hold your boyfriend by the hand, he will do well in love all year round. At midnight, don't forget to kiss your boyfriend. If you hold a glass in your hand, a happy year will follow. It is not good to cry on the first day of the new year, because it will be a sad year. And don't forget the midnight wish, which is said to be fulfilled.


On the night of the year, it's good to make a lot of noise to ward off evil spirits. As for the outfit, you have to wear something red and new clothes from January 1st.


As for luck, you do it with your own hand, if you don't throw anything out of the house on the first day of the new year. It is also said that it is good for someone to come into the house on the first day of the New Year.


8.Brace yourselves


9.Spending New Years


10.Drunk as hell


11.Be awesome


12.Happy New year everybody!


13.Same old me


14.Drink less and go to the gym


15.The happiness of upcoming


16.When you hear new year celebration


17.Happy new year?


18.Order a pizza for delivery


19.Can’t wait to go


20.Everyone excited to go


21.December 31


22.Now that Christmas is over


23.Watching TV


24.During New Year


25.Listening to everyone’s resolutions


26.Severance packages


27.Partying for 6 monts


28.Every year is reconfirmed


29.Happy new year


30.I won't see you


31.Baby yoda wishes you a Happy New Year


32.Good luck with your new year


33.Me on new years eve


34.Going to need to work


35.My friends tonight


36.What year is it


37.New Year’s resolution?


38.New Year New Meme


39.When someone says


40.What I’m actually doing


41.Let’s ring in the Tiger Year


42.Going to gym in January


43.Paying bills in december 2022


44.New Yaer, New Me, bullshit


45.Good luck with your resolutions


46.Thinking about New Year


47.A grumpy New Year


48.I can’t drink more


49.Christmas over


50.Ended


51.So many things i wanted


52.Irony


53.My friends be like


54.No hangsovers


55.Drunk as hell


56.Severance


57.My New Year’s


58.Before I get drunk


59.What’s your plan?


60.Eve countdown


61.Me tonight


62.Spending New Year


63.Can’t wait to go


64.Sleep happen


65.Come back


66.Exclude me


67.I wish some people’s New Year


68.I’m getting too old


69.Work on New Year’s eve


70.Order a pizza


71.Good


72.Different


73.I can smell beer


74.Same person


75.Purr less


76.Gym after January


77.The cats


78.Drop a ball at midnight


79.Alone at home New Yaer


80.Right before the clock strikes



81.The same feeling


82.Looking at memes for New Year


83.2020 was like


84.Prepare yourself


85.Blessed


86.Back in 2004


87.Me on New Year


88.Frozen pizza


89.New Year speech


90.This year is a disaster


91.Lord of Rings


92.New Year be like


93.Have a Christmas


94.Are you ready


95.The problem


96.Same year


97.Worst year ever


98.This gonna be my year


99.Remembering 2020


100.Party mode at 00:00



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100-most-interesting-and-fun-facts-about-tokyo-that-will-change-your-mind-about-japan

Tokyo, the capital of distant and prosperous Japan, stuns tourists literally from the first moments, as soon as the traveler's footsteps on his land. Everything seems to be different here than in other cities: an incredibly complex layout of blocks, and intricate metro lines that are perceived as not connected to each other, and a solid jungle of city communications wires. During rush hours, people seem to merge into one river, and its flows fill the streets, underpasses, public transport. Here you need to always keep your eyes open, because it is very easy to get lost, getting completely different from where you hoped to be.


Tokyo is second in the world in terms of population density. The city of 37 million is not only the political, administrative and financial, but also the industrial and cultural center of the country. Located in the southeastern part of Japan's largest island of Honshu, this ultra-modern metropolis, where life does not stop day or night, is located on the Kanto Plain, in a cozy bay of Tokyo Bay. To truly feel its amazing atmosphere and get acquainted with at least half of the sights, one day or even a week is not enough - you need to live here for several months.


Huge and many-sided Tokyo, the capital of the only empire in the world, and even an island - Japan, cannot be described in a few words or limited to only a couple of epithets, even the most eloquent ones. And all because in this ancient city, modernity and ancient Japanese traditions harmoniously coexist, mutually penetrating each other. The Old City is worth mentioning separately. Having visited its numerous palaces, temples and shrines, it is as if you are plunging into the era of the shoguns, who for a long time were the sole rulers of the Land of the Rising Sun. Art lovers will quench their thirst for beauty in Tokyo's many museums.



1. Beneath Tokyo are five huge cylindrical shafts that will be filled with water in the event of a flood. This will prevent the destruction of the city.


2. There is an anime and manga in Japan called "Saint Young Men" in which Jesus and Buddha live in Tokyo as roommates. They rest on Earth and try to understand Japanese society.


3. When Tokyo officials went to congratulate the oldest man in the city on his 111th birthday in 2010, they found his remains on a bed. He had been dead for 30 years, and his family was taking away his pension, which was still accruing to him.


4. The Allied bombing of Tokyo killed more civilians than the atomic bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima combined.


5. During the Tokyo real estate bubble, the Imperial Palace (1.32 square miles) was valued more than all real estate in California.



6. Researchers in Tokyo have developed a mirror that changes a person's facial expression in real time. It gives a smile to the face. The application is intended for use in the bathrooms of the mall. The technology was adopted in the hope that happy shoppers would spend more.


7. The 2020 Olympic Games was held in Tokyo, Japan, as predicted in the 1982 Akira manga.


8. In 2013, a 39-story hotel in Tokyo literally "disappeared". It was demolished without the use of explosives or a special wrecking ball. All 39 floors were dismantled from the inside using a small crane, which gradually folded floor by floor.


9. You can pay a travel agency in Tokyo to send your plush toy on vacation without you.


10. One day, the Japanese government sent cherry tree seedlings to Washington as a gift. After the Second World War, cuttings from these cherry trees were sent back to Japan to restore the Tokyo collection, which was destroyed as a result of American bombing.



11. Tokyo Skytree is the tallest freestanding tower in the world. The height of the building is 634 meters. The tower's final height was chosen solely because of a play on words. The result is "Musashi": "mu" (in old Japanese means the number 6), "sa" (3) and "si" (4). This was the name of the historic district where modern Tokyo is located.


12. A Japanese scientist has created an exact copy of Tokyo. He used oatmeal to create nearby settlements, and bright light to simulate mountains, water sources and other natural features. When a scientist placed a living slime mold in the center of the mock-up, it created a network reminiscent of the Tokyo rail system as it tried to reach the treat (oatmeal).


13. Japan has almost twice as many 7-Elevens stores as the US. Only in Tokyo there are 2079 stores of this network.


14. There is a store in Tokyo called Whoopi Goldberg.



15. One of the Tokyo skyscrapers informs you with the help of colored lights whether to take an umbrella with you when you go outside.


16. In Tokyo, there is a building built in 1972, consisting of tiny 90-square-foot capsule apartments. If necessary, they can be replaced as Lego pieces.


17. There is a 12-story luxury stationery store in Tokyo. On the 12th floor they serve lettuce grown on the organic indoor farm located on the 11th floor of the same building.


18. Tokyo University is developing a tactile hologram. In other words, they create a hologram that can be touched and felt.


19. Tokyo has an anime-themed Butler cafe. According to the hostess, Japanese women “want to visit cafes where handsome male waiters will treat them like princesses.” This is the only cafe where only foreigners work.



20. 45 of the 51 busiest train stations in the world are in Japan. The busiest Shinjuku station, located in Tokyo, serves approximately 1.2 billion passengers a year.


21. At noon on September 1, 1923, a powerful earthquake occurred in Tokyo. Major fires broke out throughout the city because at the time of the earthquake, people were cooking dinner over an open fire. More than 100,000 people died.


22. Blue "anti-suicide" LED lights have been installed on all train platforms in Tokyo in an attempt to reduce the number of suicides committed here. It is believed that such lanterns have a calming effect. Studies have shown that blue-light stations have reduced suicide rates by 84%.


23. In 1923, a “fire tornado” swept through Tokyo and burned over 38,000 people.


24. Each Tokyo train station has its own unique theme songs.



25. The rock and roll culture of the 50s is still thriving in Tokyo.


26. Researchers at the University of Tokyo have created a robot arm that wins 100% of the time in a game of rock-paper-scissors. Using a high-speed camera, the robot recognizes within one millisecond the shape that the human hand is about to create, and then selects the winning combination.


27. A cafe has opened in Tokyo where visitors can hug hedgehogs.


28. On March 9-10, 1945, 300 B29 bombers dropped almost 500,000 cylinders of napalm and petroleum products on Tokyo, creating a 40-kilometer firestorm that killed over 100,000 people and maimed another million Japanese. It was the most destructive bombing in human history, including the atomic bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


29. Crows in Tokyo often steal steel wires to add to their nests. This often results in power outages when birds build nests on power lines.


30. Tokyo restaurants have more Michelin stars than Parisian establishments. In 2007, the editor of Michelin declared Tokyo to be the "Gastronomic Capital of the World".



31. Cat cafes are popular and quite common in Japan. Here, people pay to interact with cats, since most Tokyo apartments do not allow pets.


32. Only after 3 hours in Tokyo learned that Hiroshima had been bombed.


33. In 2011, the residents of Sendai received an earthquake warning 10-30 seconds before the main seismic waves hit. Residents of Tokyo, the Japanese Earthquake Early Warning System (EEW) notified of the impending wave in 60 seconds. Messages were relayed via mobile phones, TV shows and web pages across the country.


34. The Tokyo metropolitan area has a larger population than Canada.


35. More than 70 unexploded WWII bombs are found in Tokyo every year.


36. Tokyo Tower was built from steel, a third of which was scrap metal (American tanks damaged in the Korean War). Often this building is used in the Japanese kaiju film genre. It also became the site of the culminating "battles" of Godzilla, Mothra and King Kong.



37. Tokyo is by far the richest city on Earth. If it were a city-state, then Tokyo would still be among the ten richest countries in terms of GDP.


38. The former Tokyo governor claimed that the Nanjing Massacre (the mass rape and murder of Chinese civilians by the Japanese military) never happened.


39. Because of Tokyo's location on a tectonic fault, geologists call it the "city waiting for death."


40. There are rumors that a secret underground city is supposedly located under Tokyo, but officials vehemently deny this information.


41. The ancestors of modern Japanese inhabited these lands in the era of stone axes. Previously, this city was a military fortress and was called "Edo".


42. Tokyo became the capital of Japan only in 1868. Prior to that, for 1075 years, the capital was the city of Kyoto.



43. In 1923, a terrible earthquake destroyed almost half of Tokyo and killed more than 90,000 people (earthquake facts).


44. The cost of a square meter of real estate in the business center of the city here reaches 2 million dollars.


45. Due to the high price of real estate in Tokyo, capsule micro-apartments have become widespread. 


46. Some establishments here do not allow foreigners. A sign can hang right on the door, which means "foreigners are not served."


47. Despite the relative popularity of tattoos among Japanese youth, a person with a tattoo on exposed areas of the body will most likely not be allowed into any decent restaurant. In Japan, tattoos are strongly associated with the yakuza and the underworld.


48. In order to get rid of traffic jams in Tokyo, a huge number of high-speed highways were built, but the passage on them is paid.


49. The cost of parking here is fabulously high. 



50. Fruits and vegetables are expensive here. 


51. The most popular area for Tokyo youth looking for entertainment is Harajuku. It is here that you can meet the owners of the strangest outfits and hairstyles.


52. In Tokyo, there is a restaurant "Aragawa", which from year to year occupies one of the first places in the list of the most expensive establishments in the world.


53. An asteroid discovered in 1900 by a Tokyo astronomer was named after this city.


54. The zoo in Tokyo closes for two months each year so that its inhabitants can take a break from visitors.



55. “Cat cafes” are common here - establishments where you can play with these fluffy creatures. 


55. They have become popular because most Japanese people love cats, but in most households, the rules forbid keeping pets (cat facts).


56. The air temperature in Tokyo is usually 9-10 degrees higher than outside the city. The reason for this is a huge amount of infrastructure radiating into space, plus 13 million inhabitants, whose bodies also warm the air around.


57. There are about 150 earthquakes in Tokyo every year, but most of them are so weak that people don't even notice them. A similar situation is observed, by the way, in Santiago, the capital of Chile.


58. The capital occupies only 0.6% of the area of ​​Japan, but it provides a third of its total GDP.


59. The GDP of the city of Tokyo alone is higher than the GDP of all of Australia.



60. Twice as many people live in the suburbs of the Japanese capital than in the city itself. In total, more than 35 million people live in and near the city. This is about 60 times more than the population of Montenegro.


61. Based on the area of ​​​​the city and the population, there are about 4 square meters per inhabitant.


52. Tokyo's ubiquitous vending machines sell everything from chocolates and hamburgers to used women's underwear.


53. The dog Hachiko, famous all over the world due to his devotion, was waiting for his master right here, at Tokyo's Shibuya station, until his death.



54. In major Japanese cities, many homeowners ban pets, which is why "cat cafes" have appeared in Tokyo - for a low fee, visitors can choose a cat and pet it while drinking lemonade or tea.


55. The Tokyo subway system is the world's largest in terms of ridership, with 3.2 billion people a year. An interesting fact is that there is even a special position here - osiya, or pushers, whose duties include pushing passengers into overcrowded cars.


56. Public transport in Tokyo is the most reliable, affordable and fastest way to get around. But still, he's not cheap.


57. The asteroid Tokyo, discovered in this city in 1900, was named after the city. This is an irregularly shaped celestial body with a diameter of approximately 81 kilometers.


58. Tokyo Ueno Zoo is Japan's oldest zoo with over 2,600 pets. 


59. If you say at least a couple of phrases to the Japanese in Tokyo in their language, they will be very happy, because they believe that foreigners simply cannot learn Japanese because of its phenomenal complexity.



60. The population density in Tokyo is one of the highest among cities in the world, and there are only 4 square meters per person. In total, more than 35,000,000 people live in the Tokyo agglomeration.


61. There are a lot of single people in Tokyo who have never been in any kind of relationship with the opposite sex. Because of this, the suicide rate is extremely high.


62. If Tokyo were a separate country, it would be 15th place in the world in terms of GDP.


63. Tokyo is the safest metropolis in the world. Tokyo is so safe that young children use public transport on their own.


64. Tokyo's Shinjuku-Ni-Cheme area has the largest concentration of gay bars in the world.


65. Dressing up as your favorite manga or anime character and organizing a performance in Tokyo is a completely normal pastime.



66. Since the "Land of the Rising Sun" is located in a seismically active zone, earthquakes often occur here. In 1923, a powerful earthquake destroyed about half of Tokyo's infrastructure, killing more than 90,000 people in the process.


67. In the capital, real estate costs fabulous money. For 1 m 2 in the business center of Tokyo, the buyer will have to pay about $ 2 million!


68. Due to the high cost of housing, there are many micro-apartments in Tokyo. Their area varies within 10 m².


69. Parking in the city center for 1 hour is approximately $15.


70. Curiously, Harajuko is predominantly populated by young people. For this reason, in this region you can see many people with original hairstyles and outfits.



71. An interesting fact is that in the capital, rail transport is the most common type of public transport.


72. The Tokyo Stock Exchange is one of the three largest stock exchanges in the world.


73. Unlike some other megacities like Kuala Lumpur or Manila, Tokyo can be called a safe city with a clear conscience. True, foreigners are not welcome here everywhere. Some establishments here, as in the Korean capital of Seoul, put up a sign stating that "foreigners are not served."


74. Formally, Tokyo ceased to exist as a city in 1943 and was no longer displayed on maps. Officially, Tokyo refers to the 62 administrative divisions that make up the Tokyo Metropolitan Area. 


75. Moreover, the 23 special districts included in it, which made up Tokyo until 1943, are now equated in status with individual cities that have their own mayor and their own city council.


76. An indicator of the exceptional transparency of the air in Tokyo - if from it you can see the sacred Mount Fuji located 100 kilometers from it - the national symbol of Japan. But this happens very rarely.


 


77. Fujiyama, in fact, is not a mountain, but a volcano, although it is listed as weakly active. Its last eruption occurred in 1707. Then Edo was covered with a cloud of volcanic ash.


78. Tokyo is one of the few capitals in the world located in a seismically active zone. And at the same time - the only one, because the world's largest economy is located here. 


79. The earth on which it stands is shaken by earthquakes of various strengths about 150 times a year.


80. The Tokyo subway is also the largest in the world in terms of passenger traffic: more than 8.5 million passengers a day. Of these, 3 million are at Shinjuku Station alone, the busiest transport hub in the world. 


81. However, trains must still leave stations without delay. That is why passengers are helped by special employees - osiya ("pushers"): they push them into the cars and make sure that the doors do not jam anyone's luggage.


82. One of the main attractions of Tokyo is Ginza, the main street of Tokyo's administrative center and the main shopping street. Walking on it is a kind of ritual. The whole street is one continuous showcase of shops located on it. 



83. Buying here is not available to everyone, but it is prestigious. And also such a purchase means that you belong to the middle class - the basis of the entire Japanese economy.


84. From an architectural point of view, Tokyo is a gray and featureless city, devoid of frills and sights. 


85. After World War II, mass construction began in the rapidly developing city, and it was guided by only three principles: pragmatism, expediency, and economy. 


86. Tokyo can be amaze with an abundance of gray and inexpressive streets, many of which do not even have a name.


87. In Tokyo, as in other major cities in Japan, it is forbidden to keep any animals at home - the unanimous point of view of Japanese homeowners.


88. The onset of cherry blossom season, which is an important part of spring in Japan, marks the end of harsh winters. Cherry blossoms can be enjoyed for only two weeks during the whole year.



89. With a noodle shop and a beer garden on top, Takao-san is the world's most visited mountain on the western edge of Tokyo.


90. Tokyo Tower, modeled after the Eiffel Tower, is repainted with approximately 7,500 gallons of paint every 5 years.


91. Tokyo's Ritz Carlton has the most expensive room in the city, costing as much as $25,000.


92. The longest concert in Tokyo was the concert of the American band Guns N'Roses, which lasted three hours and thirty-seven minutes.


93. No matter how old people in Japan are, the Komagata Dozeu restaurant managed to survive the earthquakes and bombings, and managed to continue operating on the same piece of land for six generations (150 years).



94. Tokyo Skytree became the tallest tower in 2010. The official name was determined by a voting system. The current name received 30% of the votes and was announced on June 10, 2008 as "Tokyo Skytree".


95. Shinjuku Station has 36 platforms, including an underground entrance, an overhead entrance, and many corridors. Moreover, there are more than 200 different exits.


96. Tokyo in translation means the eastern capital. There are approximately 150 earthquakes in Tokyo every year.


97. In Japan, growing plants is an art.


98. The new generation of Japanese is not as small as Europeans think.


99. The Japanese tend to believe that all foreign countries, especially America, are dangerous to visit.


100. You can buy batteries, beer, wine, condoms, cigarettes, comics, hot dogs, light bulbs, and used women's underwear from Tokyo's vending machines.



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@Jessy I am learning Japanese, hope I will study in Tokyo
100-interesting-and-fun-facts-about-london-that-you-didnt-know

London is the capital of Great Britain and one of the largest cities in Europe, which is the world center of culture, music, education, fashion, politics, finance and trade. It is a vibrant and bustling metropolis with a dynamic life and a wonderful cosmopolitan atmosphere. London is one of the oldest cities in Europe, which has an amazing concentration of a variety of sights, historical and cultural monuments: luxurious palaces, historical buildings, towers, bridges, ancient churches, attractions and world-class museums.


London was founded during the Roman Empire and throughout its rich history has been one of the most important cities in Europe. All the wealth of the United Kingdom flocked here, so its capital has magnificent sights from various historical eras. London is one of the most multifaceted cities in the world, which has absorbed not only the traditions of Britain, but also the cultures of many nationalities and peoples. It is a place of amazing diversity to be discovered and explored endlessly.


London can be visited all year round, so the best time to visit it depends entirely on your preferences. There are fewer tourists in the capital of the United Kingdom during the off-season, so it's easier to book a good hotel and you can comfortably explore the city. There are many festivals and cultural events in London in the summer, but there are also many more tourists.


London is one of the world's shopping capitals. Here is the largest department store in Europe - Harrods, where you can find almost everything. Also in the capital of Great Britain is a huge shopping center - Westfield, which includes 300 stores. The main shopping area is the West End (Oxford Street, Regent Street, Bond Street, Piccadilly and Covent Garden). Near London Bridge is the Borough food market, although it is relatively expensive. Brushfield is home to an old fruit market that now sells up-and-coming designers, housewares and food.


Food in London caters to all tastes. Here you can find everything from fast food and inexpensive pubs to exclusive restaurants. In London, a standard tourist rule applies - food near popular attractions and in the central part of the city is more expensive. Many locals go to restaurants in residential and working areas, where the quality of food and service is higher and prices are lower.


Below you can read more interesting facts



1. The English capital is about two thousand years old. No one knows the exact date of foundation.


2. In the past, London was known as Londinium, Augusta, Lundenwick and Lundenburch.


3. Native Englishmen make up about 50% of the population of the capital of Great Britain. The rest are mostly from Africa and Asia.


4. The first Londinium was burned by the Britons during their revolt against the Romans.


5. In the 9th century, a huge army of pagan Vikings captured half of England, avenging the death of their king Ragnar. It controlled the territories of London and its environs for 15 years.


6. Judging by archaeological finds, primitive people lived on the site of modern London long before the foundation of the city.


7. Indigenous people in different parts of London have different accents. Foreigners do not notice this, but the locals determine it accurately.



8. Because of the monstrous prices for real estate, most citizens in London rent a house all their lives, and do not buy it.


9. Every Friday every London pub is packed to capacity. Most locals book tables well in advance.

It is impossible to see a stray cat or dog on the streets of London.


10. Residents of London can easily walk around in a T-shirt and jeans, for example, in November. Like their Irish neighbors, they are not afraid of the cold.


11. The apartments here, with rare exceptions, are very cramped. Many also live in old houses with communication problems.


12. London is in the top 10 most expensive cities in the world every year.


13. Drivers of traditional cabs in London know the whole city from memory down to the small lanes.


 


14. Navigators are not allowed to use them. This rule does not apply to ordinary yellow taxis.


15. You can find at least one bike rental on any major London street.


16. The most popular fast food in London is Indian cuisine.


17. London police officers do not carry firearms.


18. There are usually no washing machines for London apartments, so there is a laundry service on every corner.


19. Every year, people forget about 80,000 umbrellas on the London Underground.


20. Contrary to popular myth, it doesn't rain as often in London as you might think. For example, even in Rome or Milan there is more rainfall than here.



21. According to ancient law, London has the right to refuse the reigning English monarch entry into the capital.


22. Londoners never go out without taking an umbrella with them. Yes, just in case.


23. On one of the branches of the London Underground, trains are fully automated, and they travel without the help of drivers.


24. And here it is customary to leave to read newspapers right in the subway so that someone else can read them. By the way, they are still very popular in London, despite the development of modern technology.


25. The most popular pet in London is a dog, despite the fact that many landlords forbid tenants from keeping pets.


26. Every year, a Christmas tree sent from Norway is set up in London's Trafalgar Square. This is a token of appreciation from the people of Oslo for helping Britain during World War II.



27. Driving into central London costs money.


28. Big Ben is not called the famous London clock tower, but the bell installed in it.


29. Some retail outlets in London only accept credit cards.


30. Most of London's cinemas are specialized - one shows comedies, another shows Hollywood blockbusters, and a third shows retro movies.


31. There are about 5,000 pubs in London. This is more than even in Dublin.


32. Most of London's museums are free to enter, but donations are welcome.


33. About 20 underground rivers flow under London.



34. The multinationality of London society is evidenced by the fact that the locals speak about 300 different languages.


35. Among all the cities in the world, London occupies one of the first places in terms of the number of billionaires living in it.


36. The famous movable Tower Bridge in London weighs 2000 tons, while it takes just one minute to open.


37. It was here that the world's first subway was built.


38. The foggy London stereotype arose from the fact that during the era of the development of local industry, the city was constantly wrapped in thick smog. In fact, fogs are rare here, and mostly in the cold season.


39. In summer it is rarely warmer than +20, but in winter the temperature rarely drops below 0 degrees.


40. In terms of population, London ranks second in Europe, second only to Moscow.



41. Many streets, especially in older areas, are confusing and very winding, so many Londoners carry a map of the city with them.


42. Lines are everywhere here - in museums, pubs and restaurants. Even in the USSR there were not so many queues.


43. London is the only city in the world to have hosted the Olympic Games three times.


44. Less than 50% of Londoners are Christians.


45. The famous Westminster Abbey in London was built over almost 700 years.


46. One of the ancient laws obliges London hotels to accept not only guests, but also their horses.

Buckingham Palace in London consists of 600 rooms.



47. In the USA, as many as 8 cities are called London (interesting facts about the USA).


48. From the center of London to the center of Paris can be reached by high-speed train in just 2 hours.


49. The exact age of London is unknown, but, judging by the chronicles found, it is about two thousand years old.


50. In the Tower of London, the ravens that live there are looked after by a special caretaker. There is a legend that Great Britain will fall when these birds leave the Tower (see interesting facts about birds).


51. There are two types of taxis in London - ordinary and traditional London cabs. To get a cab driver's license, you have to pass the most difficult test on the knowledge of absolutely all London streets, because traditionally cab drivers do not use maps or navigators.


52. London is the largest city in the European Union, and concurrently the second largest in Europe as a whole.



53. Founded by the Romans, London was originally called in the Roman manner - Londinium.


54. For a hundred years, from 1985 to 1925, London was the largest city in the world.


55. Every year at Christmas in Trafalgar Square in London, a Christmas tree is sent from Oslo. This is a token of gratitude for the help provided to Norway during the Second World War (see interesting facts about Oslo).


56. Driving into the center of London during the daytime is paid, and, by the way, costs a lot - ten pounds sterling.


57. There is a statue of George Washington in London, but it was installed on land brought from the United States, because Washington declared during his lifetime that "do not set foot on English soil again."


58. London's famous Big Ben is not a tower, contrary to popular myth. "Big Ben" is the name of the bell tower installed there, and the tower itself is called "Elizabeth"


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59. Twenty hidden rivers flow under London (see interesting facts about rivers).


60. The code of rules for ships entering London harbor still allows the constable of the Tower to demand a barrel of rum from each ship as a duty.


61. The inhabitants of London speak more than three hundred languages, which makes London the most multilingual city in the world. However, in English here anyway, of course, everyone speaks.


62. Local law forbids you from hailing a taxi on the streets of London if you are infected with the plague.


63. All London buses became red in 1907. Before that, they were painted in different colors.


64. London is the largest city in the UK. About a third less people live here than in Moscow, and almost fifty times more than in Paris.


65. One of London's museums houses a collection of items left behind by passengers on the London Underground. It includes such extravagant items as a human skull, a samurai sword, a coffin and a puffer fish.



66. London Heathrow Airport receives and sends more international flights than any other airport in the world.


67. During the fire of 1666 in London, about 70 thousand people were left without a roof over their heads, despite the fact that then the population of this city was only 80 thousand.


68. The world's first zoo opened in London. This significant event took place back in 1828.


69. There are over a thousand streets in London.


70. Contrary to popular belief, London is not a rainy city at all. On the contrary, it is one of the driest in Europe. But there are really many cloudy days here.


71. Buses in London run around the clock.



72. The cheapest transport in London is a bicycle. You can rent it on almost every street, and a daily rental will cost half the price of the shortest metro ride.


73. In 2012, the city hosted the Olympics for the third time, no other city has received such an honor.


74. Many museums in London are free to visit, although you can make a voluntary donation if you wish.


75. Eternal rain in London is a common myth. In fact, there is no more precipitation here than, for example, in Rome, but it can start to rain suddenly and end just as suddenly, so it is customary for locals to always carry an umbrella with them.


76. The London Eye Ferris wheel is one of the largest in the world. There are 32 booths fixed on the circle (according to the number of districts of the city), each of which can accommodate 25 people. A full turn of the wheel takes half an hour. The "Eye" is an important element of the pyrotechnic shows that are held on New Year's Eve and other holidays; fireworks are also launched from it.



77. If Japanese restaurants and pizzerias are widespread in Russia, then in London the championship belongs to Indian cuisine.


78. There are as many as 6 airports in London and its environs. Heathrow is the most famous of them, and also the busiest in Europe.


79. There are almost no traffic jams in the central part of the city. The secret is simple - since 2003, on weekdays, entry here is paid and is more than 12 pounds. Moreover, entry in an old car that does not meet environmental standards will cost twice as much.


80. The London Underground is one of the largest in the world with 270 stations. It is also the oldest in the world, its first branch was opened in 1863. The people call the subway Underground (“subway”) or Tube (“pipe”). The fare varies depending on the metro area. The stations have special places for musicians to perform, and it is customary to leave the newspapers in the car, where someone else can read them.


81. London has a Tramlink tram system, but it operates only in south London in the Croydon area and has only 4 routes. The fact is that there is no subway in this part of the city.



82. London is the only place where you need to study to become a taxi driver, and the training takes several years and involves passing the most difficult exams. The fact is that it is not customary for local taxi drivers to use maps, and even more so navigators, they must remember all the streets and even houses by heart! Not surprisingly, about 70% of applicants do not stand up to training. Naturally, we are talking about black taxi cabs that have become the hallmark of the city. It is they who have the right to play the streets and put passengers anywhere, but the prices in them bite. There are also simpler taxis in the city, but they only work on specific calls. If you need to use a transfer to the airport, we recommend that you order a Russian taxi in London. Reasonable price and quality service guaranteed.


83. Famous red double decker buses are called double deckers. The first buses of this type appeared on the streets in 1956.


84. In many places of the city there are parking lots with bicycles that can be rented with a bank card.


85. The Greenwich meridian passes through London, which in 1884 was decided to be considered zero (until that moment, different countries counted longitude from their national meridians). It used to pass through the observatory in the town of Greenwich, but now the town has become one of the districts of the sprawling capital.



86. Under London there are many underground rivers and streams. In the Victorian era, they were hidden underground - in the sewer system. At that time, it was the right decision, because Londoners threw garbage at them and poured sewage.


87. The Tower of London on the banks of the Thames is considered one of the oldest buildings in the UK. Its construction is attributed to William I, the legendary Norman conqueror who radically changed the whole way of Great Britain. Construction began in 1066 and ended in 1078. Later, Richard the Lionheart ordered to build several more towers and dig a moat around the fortress, and from 1190 the fortress gradually began to turn into a prison and a place of executions, and representatives of the nobility and even unsuccessful monarchs often became prisoners. King Henry VIII and his descendants were especially zealous in this matter in the 16th-17th centuries. It was only after World War II that they stopped keeping prisoners. Part of the fortress was occupied for a long time by the mint and the menagerie, later transferred to the London Zoo. Today, the Tower has become a museum and repository of the treasures of the British crown. Among the staff of the modern Tower there is a ravenmaster - an employee who monitors the well-being of the local flock of crows. There is a belief that when they leave the fortress, many misfortunes await the country. To prevent this from happening, crows have their wings clipped.


88. Big Ben is another well-known landmark that is actually not called that. The clock tower of the Palace of Westminster bears the name of Elizabeth, and "Big Ben" is not even the name of the clock, but the largest of the six bells inside the tower.



89. The London Zoo has been operating since 1828 and is the oldest in the world. Interestingly, it does not receive government funding and exists on proceeds from ticket sales, charitable fees and donations.


90. Like other major cities, London has not been spared by great tragedies. In 1952, the Great Smog hung over the city for several days - a toxic fog that led to the death of several thousand people. Immediately after this environmental disaster, the Clean Air Act was passed, but London is still considered one of the most polluted European cities today.


91. In 1666, during the Great Fire of London, most of the city burned out in just three days. The exact number of victims is unknown, the fact remains that more than 80% of the population was left homeless, and the restoration of the city took more than a dozen years. Although everything can be found pluses. For example, the fire helped to cope with the Great Plague Epidemic, which at that time had been raging in the capital for a year.


92. The Great Stench is another environmental disaster in London's history. In 1858, there was no sewerage in the largest city in Europe. And during the hot summer, the Thames overflowed with sewage and poisoned the surrounding areas. Cholera began to spread (they did not yet know that it was transmitted through water), there was a disgusting stench, residents fled to the suburbs, and the British Parliament resigned. The disaster ended by itself with the advent of rainy weather, but the government realized that the problem had to be dealt with somehow, and a year later a sewer system appeared in London.



93. The city is the main political, cultural and economic center of Britain.


94. In the Tower, a local fortress, a special person watches over the ravens living in its territories. According to one legend, Great Britain will fall immediately after the birds leave the fortress.


95. An interesting fact is that in London, anyone can, instead of a traditional taxi, call a cab - a horse-drawn carriage.


96. There are 20 piped rivers flowing under the surface of London.


97. Did you know that over 300 languages ​​are spoken in this capital, making London the most multilingual city on earth. But there is no doubt that everyone here knows English.


98. The British take their culture and traditions very seriously. As a result, the tower constable has the right to demand from the ships entering the harbor - a barrel of rum.


99. By law, a person suffering from the plague is not allowed to call a taxi.


100. Since 1907, all London buses have been painted red, although before that they were of a wide variety of colors and shades.


 


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Whether they jump over long distances or usually fall on their feet, or hide in boxes, or climb high places, cats have always managed to amaze and amuse us with their behavior and abilities. And we still don't know everything about them.


When choosing a cat, you need to think about what characteristics you want from the new pet and what breeds of cats they have. Of course, every cat is unique in character. But there are some traits that characterize certain races. In order for sparks not to come out at home in the end, make sure that the cat's character traits match those of yours in principle. The cuteness factor must play a secondary role in the choice of the cat.


If you have a family and there is always something going on in your home, an awake and adaptable cat, such as Selkirk Rex, Ocicat or Singapore, may be the best choice. There are also cats that love peace, for example - Korat, Snowshoe and Nebelung. These breeds are especially suitable for people who lead a stress-free life at home.


Bemorepanda collected some funny memes from the famous Twitter page "Memes I wish I could tag my cat in".


1.Friendship level


2.Friends forever


3.Joker cat


Sometimes you approach a cat faster than you would like. For example, if a cat makes kittens in a circle of friends, or if a nearby farm gives free kittens. There are a number of characteristics by which you can recognize, before making a final decision, whether the animal is in good shape. This is usually the case if:

  • the cat is relaxed and playful.
  • it has a soft and shiny fur.
  • the gums are pale and without redness.
  • the nose is dry, warm and does not flow.
  • the eyes are clear and the ears are clean.


The expression "gourmand as fine as a cat" does not come from anywhere! A diet adapted to the cat's breed is the most important factor for a healthy and long life! An optimal cat diet is particularly high in protein and varied. The food must be adapted to the special needs of your cat and must be diversified because cats are gourmets.


4.Tangerines


5.Big stretch


6.A punk


Cats are also game animals - as are their wild relatives, prey cats. Their bodies are prone to processing animal feed and protein. However, cats also assimilate plants through the food consumed by their prey. Their food is therefore balanced and rich in vitamins.


Due to the natural predisposition of its body, give your cat a balanced and highly protein-rich diet consisting of dry food and moist food. Also pay attention to a varied diet, adapted to the special needs of your gourmet.


Variation is obtained through a combination of main food and snacks, as well as nutritional supplements. This will optimally cover your cat's nutrient needs and ensure a varied diet.


7.Pizza


8.Owning a cat


9.Look at this picture


Elderly cats should be given a carefully selected diet. Many quality brands offer food specially adapted to the needs of older cats. It should be offered as exclusive food or mixed with regular cat food. Your veterinarian will give you extra advice when it comes to recognizing any age-related weaknesses in cats.


Feed cats with sensitive digestion only with quality products, specially adapted to their needs. Important here is a careful change of diet spread over about a week, so that the cat can adapt to the new food. Severe digestive as well as skin problems may indicate a possible grain allergy; in this case you must also adapt the food accordingly. If problems persist or occur frequently, be sure to see a veterinarian.


10.Lose a bit of weight


11.Impostor


Cats are "desert animals", thus being able to concentrate their urine strongly. For this reason, in cats there is generally a tendency to form kidney stones. Therefore, always make enough fresh water available to the cat in several easily accessible places and watch his behavior carefully.


Long-haired cat breeds swallow more hair during daily fur care than short-haired cats. In addition, it tends to knot and tangle more often. That is why there is special food for long-haired cats, which reduces the formation of lumps and ensures a soft fur. If you give your cat a bowl of grass for cats, it will help to regurgitate swallowed hair. In addition, you should regularly take care of your cat's fur with a dedicated comb so that it stays long and shiny.


12.Bloody cat


13.Get kissed


14.Why fight


15.Lemme in


16.House cat


17.Energy as cat


18.Wake up this morning


19.I love Disney


20.Love cats


21.Tag my cat


22.Wet food


23.Meow


24.Two types of cats


25.Box


26.Zen garden


27.Four cats


28.Eat this


29.Cat escape


30.Dog owners


31.Pants on


32.Kitty love


33.Bean harvest


34.Nevermind


35.Kitty hi


36.Cat beds


37. I give up


38.Getting into bed


39.Pizza boxes


40.Detective


41.Buff and angry


42.What you drink with your cat


43.Our cat


44. Time passes by


45.Cat of the week


46.Desk decoration


47.Husky


48.Foretold


49.Works all day


50.X-ray


51.House cats


52.Flower in the garden


53.Love someone


54.Growing up


55.Being a cat owner


56.This face


57.Blankie


58.Saying something


59.Stop messing


60.Cat arm


61.Shame your cat


62.Symptoms


63.No thanks


64.Cat stuff


65.Lulu for dinner


66.Not well


67.Cat owner


68.Counter


69.Sleepiness


70.Five minutes late


71.Vommited


72.Not yours


73.The sink


74.Ignore me


75.Delivered today


76.Wet food


77.Chubby


78.Ignores u


79.Toilet but


80.Fluff


81.I hate myself


82.Going up


83.I have plans


84.California


85.Take a photo


86.Sleeping


87.Good things


88.Eating bugs


89.A cat


90.Fat cat


91.Lemons


92.Come back


93.Cat vibe


94.Dealing with my cat


95.Expensive


96.Takes a photo


97.One photo


98.Airplane ears


99.Going crazy


100.Stomach



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The future is near. Bemorepanda studied the forecasts of world futurologists and compiled a list of the most in-demand professions in the next 30 years. These are professions from 19 industries: medicine and transport to culture and space.

 

What are the professions of the future?

 

The professions of the future are professions at the intersection of several disciplines that will appear in 15–20 years. Such jobs will complement or replace existing ones.

 

For example, truck drivers will be replaced by crewless vehicles. The car will drive itself, and the person will develop, control, and maintain this transport. At the same time, the profession of a drone operator will appear, and the scope of jurisprudence will expand to crewless vehicles.

 

Here are some professions of the future:

 

  • Online Therapist
  • Genetic engineer
  • Biopharmacologist
  • Architect of "green" cities
  • Time manager
  • Gamemaster
  • Media police
  • Space tourism guide
  • Eco-analyst in the extractive industries

 

Why you should follow the professions of the future

 

If you do not master the profession of the future now, you will be replaced by a robot or artificial intelligence so that you will be left without a job. According to the report Jobs of Tomorrow, more than 75 million people may be left without work due to robotization and automation.

 

Oxford believes that robots will perform half of all routine work in 15–20 years. At the same time, 53% of workers are sure that their work will change or become obsolete in the next ten years, and 77% of people will be retrained and change their profession. Not everyone will be taken into the future.

 

What is included in the catalog of professions of the future?

 

To understand the professions of the future, you need to study them.  The forecasts of futurologists and researchers worldwide compiled their list of 100 jobs of the future. The list includes realistic professions that have already appeared before 2030 in 19 industries.

 

Extending human life and improving its quality will require specialists of the broadest profile: doctors treating patients at a distance and personal health managers to professionals in genetics and transplantation.

 

Professions of the future in medicine

 

To prolong and improve life quality, specialists of the broadest profile will be required: doctors who treat patients at a distance and personal health managers to professionals in genetics and transplants.

 

1. An online therapist is a doctor who conducts a preliminary diagnosis of a patient to identify signs of illness in him and send him to the right specialist. He checks the progress of therapy and recommends measures for disease prevention online.

 

2. An expert in personalized medicine is, in fact, an ordinary attending physician, but with in-depth knowledge of genetics: he knows how to conduct and interpret DNA tests.

 

3. A bioethicist is a specialist in medicine, technology, and law. He organizes communication between a person or his relatives and doctors, lawyers, geneticists to solve complex biomedical cases.

 

4. Cyberprosthesis and Implant Developer is a medical engineer who works with designers and roboticists to create bionic prostheses.

 

5. A brain implant specialist is a person who designs, selects, configures, and maintains devices that are connected to or even placed inside a patient's head.

 

6. A medical marketer is a specialist in promoting companies and enterprises from the healthcare sector.

 

7. Genetic engineer

 

8. Biohacking and Programmed Health Specialist

 

9. Medical robot operator

 

Professions of the future in ecology

 

Environmentalists will soon be influencing local weather and the global climate. They will fight pollution of the planet smartly and profitably and even learn how to give accurate short-term forecasts for earthquakes and other natural disasters.

 

10. Ecological Footprint Reduction Specialists

 

11. Eco-evangelist is an educator and mentor in environmental protection and conscious consumption. Can work both with organizations and with individuals, for example, with schoolchildren.

 

12. Green transport engineer

 

13. Recycling Specialist

 

14. Urban gardener

 

15. Eco-leader

 

16. An eco-auditor is an independent expert who checks the environmental friendliness of enterprises, buildings, and other infrastructure and facilities.

 

Jobs of the future in information technology

 

IT is one of the fastest-growing sectors of the economy. Digital technologies have penetrated all spheres of human life. Data surround us, so the field of information technology guarantees jobs for specialists who know how to work with them: from a data journalist to a data architect.

 

17. An IT evangelist is a promoter of breakthrough technologies: he talks about breakthroughs in IT to the broadest possible audience.

 

18. A data journalist is a specialist who analyses and collects extensive data to prepare articles, notes, and other formats of journalistic materials, including interactive ones, based on them.

 

19. Head of Digital Transformation

 

20. Data architect

 

21. A digital linguist is a specialist in processing data in natural languages for algorithms and neural networks.

 

22. IT and AI ethicist is an expert dealing with the ethical issues of algorithms and artificial intelligence: from the responsibility of AI for illegal actions to the recognition of its intellectual property rights.

 

23. Digital Waste Disposer

 

Professions of the future in biotechnology

 

Biotechnology is an industry that stands at the junction of animate and inanimate nature. Experts predict limitless opportunities to create new microorganisms that will help make breakthroughs in medicine, biology, and related fields. Biotechnology will help solve humanity’s problems with the help of living systems.

 

24. Biopharmacologist

 

25. Synthetic biology engineer

 

26. Cyber ​​Organism Designer

 

27. Extinct Species Restoration Specialist - A geneticist specializing in recreating extinct species.

 

Jobs of the future in robotics

 

About 68% of world-class entrepreneurs believe that the future of business is the joint work of humans and artificial intelligence. People are increasingly transferring heavy, dangerous, monotonous, and ultra-precise work to machines. But the success of global robotization will be directly related to robotics - those people who will invent and give a "profession" to "smart" assistants who accompany a person from birth to old age.

 

28. Robot developer

 

29. Lawyer in the field of robotics

 

30. Robotic systems operator

 

31. Composite engineer

 

Professions of the future in agriculture

 

Modern technologies - genetics, 3D printing, artificial intelligence, and robots - will free millions of people from heavy physical labor employed in agriculture. They will transfer the cultivation of vegetables and fruits from the fields to mini-farms on the roofs of urban high-rise buildings and forever remove the problem of the mass slaughter of livestock. For example, meat grown in a test tube from a single animal cell or printed on a 3D printer will repeat all the taste qualities of the original.

 

32. Agro-cybernetic

 

33. GMO agronomist

 

34. 3D food printing engineer

 

35. Operator of automated agricultural machinery

 

36. Agricultural ecologist

 

Professions of the future in transport

 

Safety, sustainability, and AI logistics are the main engines of change in the transport sector of the future. Ground services will remotely control the crewless airliners. Drivers of urban transport will be able to find the shortest path using the prompts of "smart" roads and fly around rare traffic jams.

 

37. Designer of new modes of transport

 

38. Professional drone pilot

 

39. Lawyer in the field of crewless vehicles

 

40. Cross logistics operator

 

41. Unmanned aircraft engineer

 

Jobs of the future in energy and resources

 

The faster minerals are depleted, the more actively humanity seeks a replacement - new and renewable energy sources. Experts in this industry will learn how to generate energy using the weather or the movement of the human body, stopping the destruction of the planet.

 

42. Alternative and renewable energy specialist

 

43. Meteoenergy

 

44. Wearable Energy Designer

 

45. Eco-analyst in the extractive industries

 

46. Energy system developer

 

Professions of the future in construction

 

Clean materials, robotics, and artificial intelligence will change how we build entire cities. Architects are already thinking about the energy consumption of houses so that they provide themselves with the help of wind, sun, and groundwater. Engineers can assemble buildings from prefabricated 3D-printed elements, and ordering "smart" technology will become as commonplace as choosing new wallpaper and curtains.

 

47. BIM design

 

48. Smart home infrastructure designer

 

49. Specialist in restructuring strengthening old building structures

 

50. 3D printing designer in the construction

 

51. The architect of "green" cities is a specialist who designs buildings, neighborhoods, and entire cities, taking into account environmental requirements and with an eye to the principles of sustainable development.

 

Professions of the future in light industry

 

The future fashion industry will directly depend on advances in related high-tech fields. For example, light industry specialists will teach shoes and clothes to recharge numerous gadgets built into an everyday wardrobe. They will make jeans and sneakers “wash out” on the go and help you print clothes precisely according to your figure.

 

52. Technostylist

 

53. New fabric designer

 

54. Clothing Recycling Specialist is an environmentalist with a background in materials science who develops and implements technologies for the optimal recycling of old clothes.

 

Professions of the future in the social sphere

 

Not every person will be able to confidently keep up with the changes that the world is waiting for on the threshold of a new reality. Experts will come to the rescue to help you find a common language with advanced contemporaries, "smart" machines, and representatives of other cultures. For example, public moderators will become mediators between conflicting parties or people with entirely different views.

 

55. Mediator of social conflicts

 

56. Specialist in adapting people with disabilities to work on the Internet

 

57. Social moderator

 

58. Migrant Adaptation Specialist

 

59. Crowdsourcing Specialist for Public Issues

 

Security professions of the future

 

In a world that has quickly become more dependent on data, the security of that data is becoming an important priority. According to the Cyberedge Group, in 2019, 78% of IT professionals reported cyberattacks. A survey by The Myers-Briggs Company gives a figure of 64%. The World Economic Forum in 2019 named cyber attacks and online fraud among the main problems facing society. For the most part, professions in security will be related to the protection of these companies and individuals.

 

60. Cyber ​​Security Specialist

 

61. Cyberexplorer

 

62. Specialist in overcoming systemic environmental disasters

 

63. Personal security designer

 

64. Auditor and Security Coordinator

 

Professions of the future in business and finance

 

Blockchain and cryptocurrency will become commonplace in finance and business. At the same time, other assets are becoming more valuable: time, intellectual property, insights, and strategies. To adapt in the future, companies will have to learn to understand and predict it, make quick decisions and deal with change.

 

65. Multicurrency translator

 

66. Cryptocurrency bank operator

 

67. Intellectual property appraiser

 

68. Personal pension plan developer

 

69. Talent investment fund manager

 

70. A trend watcher is a specialist who studies changes in the economy, politics, science, culture, and public life, and then, based on their analysis, issues strategic recommendations to businesses.

 

71. Corporate Anthropologist

 

72. Time manager

 

73. Venture Capital Corporate Portfolio Manager

 

Professions of the future related to children's goods and services

 

The children of the future will be developed as an educational product. For example, favorite cartoons and video games shape the values, interests, and vision of the world of the future generation. Therefore, services and products will be developed as educational products.

 

74. An expert on the image of the unborn child helps schoolchildren form personal development trajectories and selects courses, circles, and sections in proportion to their interests and abilities—an expert at the intersection of career guidance and pedagogy.

 

75. Children's R&D Specialist

 

76. Children's robotics designer

 

77. Transmedia product architect

 

Professions of the future in education

 

We live in the context of continuous learning - the concept of lifelong learning. The educational system will inevitably give way to a personal approach to each student. Mentors and tutors will recognize talents from an early age.

 

78. Educational trajectory developer

 

79. Gamemaster

 

80. Author of educational courses based on AI

 

81. Personal guide for education and career development

 

82. A mind fitness trainer is a specialist who helps develop the client's cognitive skills using special techniques.

 

83. Talent search and development expert

 

Professions of the future in mass media

Shaping the Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport > Platforms | World  Economic Forum

 

In the work of specialists in entertaining and informing people, it is not so much the content that becomes more important but the form of its presentation at the junction of real and fictional worlds. And the joint work of cultural figures and artificial intelligence is being transformed into a separate area of ​​mass media.

 

84. Info stylist

 

85. A virtual world designer is a specialist in creating fictional realities and metaverses.

 

86. Augmented and Virtual Reality Engineer

 

87. Professions at the intersection of creative industries and artificial intelligence

 

88. A media police officer is a law enforcement officer on the Internet. Fights illegal content, cybercriminals, including those who commit crimes against a person (cyberbullying, stalking, Internet fraud).

 

89. Media software developer

 

90. A cross-cultural communication manager is a specialist who helps multinational corporations work with foreign partners, taking into account the various cultural characteristics of this market.

 

Professions of the future in culture and art

 

The more people will transfer routine work to machines; the more people will begin to create copyright works of art. People will focus on creativity, exploration, communication with other people and nature rather than satisfying basic needs. Entire professional sectors will change, but new jobs will appear in culture and art. Education, tourism, mass media, etc.

 

91. Science artist

 

92. Collective art curator

 

93. Art Appraiser

 

Professions of the future in tourism and hospitality

 

The world's economies are growing, so more people can afford to travel. There will be more tourists, but no more places. The tourism industry will have to satisfy the demands of travelers and make sure they come back again. This will require rethinking travel planning and organization, customer service, and space design.

 

94. The director of individual tours is a specialist who develops recreation programs based on the needs and capabilities of a particular person. All the term, he stays in touch and accompanies clients virtually.

 

95. Robotics concierge

 

96. Developer of intelligent tourism systems

 

Professions of the future in space

 

What science fiction writers have been dreaming about for so long can come true in the coming decades - humanity will begin to conquer deep space.

 

97. Commercial spacecraft pilot

 

98. A guide in space tourism is a specialist in developing and selecting a program for space travelers, accompanies a tourist or a group during a trip, and conducts an excursion.

 

99. Life support systems engineer

 

100. Narrow specialists in the field of space

 

How to master the profession of the future

 

To choose the future profession, focus on the occupations on the list that employers are already looking for. For example, being info stylish sounds nice, but it won't help you find a new job this year. But a medical marketer is a future profession with actual demand in the present. If you decide to change your professional area, dedicate a year to mastering a new one, throwing all your strength into existing skills.

 

 

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@Emily White Interesting, I wonder what my future profession will be. Hope I will still have one
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