2023 is absolutely wild. For starters, artificial intelligence has evolved and is now able to "communicate" (or follow your instructions) on apps such as ChatGPT. We also are now seeing A.I. create art and even imitate certain artists to create songs that otherwise wouldn't have existed.

Scary, right? Unfortunately, it's not just hip-hop artists on the verge of being replaced with technology, other industries are clearly being affected too. Using information from the Idaho Department of Labor, we were able to filter through and determine which Idaho professions have the lowest projected growth rate by the year 2030.

Let's take a look!

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Let's take a look at the top 15 Idaho careers that are projected to fail by 2030 according to the Idaho Department of Labor.

Speaking of jobs being replaced by A.I., there are quite a few jobs in the Treasure Valley that could also be replaced by quickly advancing technology. It feels like we're slowly migrating toward all of the science fiction movies that have robots taking over the world. Rather than fearing the dangerous potential that it can have, we use A.I. technology to create "enhanced" headshots or to write that school paper you have due tomorrow.

Let's look at the top Treasure Valley professions that are most likely to be replaced by artificial intelligence.

11 Idaho Jobs Most Likely to Be Replaced by Robots in the Future

According to an analysis from NetVoucherCodes, these are 11 Idaho jobs at "high risk" for being replaced by AI. Ironically, the study used AI to assist in the analysis.

Perhaps you're in the middle of attaining an education in one of the aforementioned fields... no, worries we have you covered - things happen, right? We recently found Idaho jobs that pay at least $70,000 a year and don't require a college degree. Whether you want to get straight into the workforce or you want to change career paths, here are ten solid options for you.

10 Idaho Jobs That Don't Need A College Degree & Pay At Least $70k/Year

Using information from the Idaho Department of Labor, we were able to look at some of the top jobs that don't require a college degree and pay at least $70,000 a year.

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