The three departments jointly released 13 new professional E-sports players, drone drivers, etc.
CNR Beijing April 6 news (DU Ximeng) according to voice of China evening peak, drone drivers, digital managers, E-sports players, which sound new, have come to us. Recently, the Ministry of human resources and social security and other three departments jointly released 13 new career information to the society, and the above-mentioned occupations have been "certified". As the first batch of new occupations released since the promulgation of the 2015 edition of the national classification of occupations, where are these new occupations? What changes will it bring to the future job market
the new occupations released this time are mainly concentrated in high-tech fields, including engineering and technical personnel of artificial intelligence, big data, cloud computing, IOT, IOT installation and commissioning personnel, digital managers, building information model technicians, E-sports personnel, E-sports operators, UAV drivers, agricultural managers, industrial robot system operators and operation and maintenance personnel. According to the interpretation released by the Ministry of human resources and social security, these new occupations can be summarized as high-end professional and technical new occupations generated by the upgrading of industrial structure, new occupations derived from the wide application of informatization, and traditional career changes caused by technological upgrading
in 1999, China issued the first national classification of occupations, which included 1838 occupations. With the rapid development of economy and society, the industrial structure has been constantly adjusted, and new business forms have been emerging in recent years. In 2004, China launched the release of new occupation information for the first time. By 2009, a total of 12 batches of more than 120 new occupations had been released. After 2010, the state launched the revision of the code, and issued a new version of the national occupational classification code in July 2015. This release is the first batch of new jobs after 2015. Su Hainan, vice president of the China Labor Association, said that the new occupation reflects the current hot areas of economic development
Su Hainan said: "With the adjustment of economic structure, we have developed from the low end of the industrial chain to the middle and high end, especially when the state emphasizes and encourages technological innovation and technological revolution. These new occupations came into being. On the one hand, with the decline of some traditional sunset occupations, new employment growth points have been formed; on the other hand, they have brought new higher quality and more numbers, and vigorously developed advantageous industries such as machinery and electronics and new material manufacturing The output of economic and social benefits. "
according to the analysis, one of the common characteristics of the 13 new occupations is the huge demand for vocational positions. Big data, cloud computing, artificial intelligence and IOT are known as the technical representatives of the future era. Among the new occupations released this time, there are directly five kinds, and the support behind them is the booming market. Some analysts believe that the scale of China's artificial intelligence (AI) core industry is expected to reach 96billion yuan this year, with a year-on-year increase of 40%; The scale of cloud computing industry will exceed 400billion yuan
the e-sports industry is also facing the situation that the market talent needs to increase the output pressure and the supply and demand is insufficient. Incomplete statistics show that at present, there are about 50000 practitioners in the domestic e-sports industry, and by 2020, the job gap may reach more than 500000. The Ministry of human resources and social security has made it clear that in recent years, driven by international events, China's computer-based sports projects have developed rapidly. E-sports has become a huge emerging industry, and the professionalization of E-sports operators and E-sports players is imperative. Xu bang, who is in charge of running an E-sports company, recalled that a few years ago, it even took them about three months to wait for an interviewer for the position of event director
Xu Bang said, "three years ago, there were no more than 10 E-sports competitions from the beginning of the year to the end of the year. Now, according to the data of 2018, there have been more than 100 E-sports competitions. The rising popularity has led to the urgent desire of the entire industry for E-sports talents."
unlike traditional cognitive games, E-sports has been more recognized as a professional event. According to the new professional definition released by the three departments, E-sports players are personnel engaged in different types of E-sports events, competitions, sparring, experience and activity performances. Many practitioners admit that the relatively boring training and fast-paced and high-pressure competition are the real side of E-sports' dependence on the imported technology industry
Fu Qi, the operator of e-sports, said, "E-sports not only includes E-sports projects, but also includes the operation and overall packaging of E-sports. For this project and people engaged in this profession, this future will give people engaged in this industry a shot in the arm. Later, our players, or other practitioners, will also choose to actively obtain professional qualifications."
at the same time, with the application of emerging technologies, the traditional primary and secondary industries have also been transformed into more intelligent ones if the change-over switch is turned to the "fast reverse" position. For example, in many fields such as agriculture and environmental monitoring, drones are used more and more, and drone drivers have become a veritable emerging profession. The Ministry of human resources and social security said that with the maturity of UAV technology, it is possible to use UAVs to complete some high-risk, toxic and harmful work that is difficult for humans to complete. Through UAVs, plant protection, surveying and mapping, photography, high-voltage cables and agricultural and forestry inspections can be carried out. UAVs also have broad application space in logistics and other fields. Wang Peng, who is engaged in piloting drones, said that professional recognition is very important for their future career planning
Wang Peng said, "after becoming a profession, the safety of working with certificates will be greatly improved, and the technical specifications will also be improved."