5 Best Career Paths (Safe From AI) - MedCerts

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Are you curious about the future job landscape amid the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution? In this guide, we'll explore tech trends, uncover AI-proof professions and equip you with the knowledge to prepare yourself for a thriving future. In addition, we’ll provide further insight into the best career paths safe from AI available from MedCerts.

Healthcare Careers Safe From AI

The healthcare industry involves complex tasks requiring human judgment, empathy, and critical thinking. These features may be challenging for AI to replicate fully. Some of these healthcare AI-proof careers include

Medical Assistant

As a medical assistant, you'll work closely with doctors and medical teams, providing essential healthcare services to patients. The responsibilities include conducting physical exams, diagnosing illnesses, creating treatment plans, and prescribing medications.

While AI can assist in analyzing medical data, it cannot replace the human touch and empathy required in patient care. MedCerts offers comprehensive online courses that equip aspiring medical assistants with the medical knowledge and practical skills to excel in this AI-resistant career.

Medical Records Specialist

A medical records specialist plays a vital role in managing and organizing patient health information, ensuring accuracy and confidentiality. Your tasks involve updating medical records, coding diagnoses, and coordinating with healthcare providers.

While AI can streamline record-keeping processes, it requires human expertise to interpret complex medical information, handle exceptions and comply with regulations. At MedCerts, we provide a specialized program that prepares individuals for this AI-safe career, covering electronic health records systems and industry-specific best practices.

Physical Therapy Aide

A physical therapist helps patients recover from injuries, manage chronic conditions, and improve their physical abilities. Your role as a Physical Therapy Aide entails cleaning equipment, prepping stations for patients and assisting the physical therapist.

While AI-driven tools can support rehabilitation processes, they can't replace the hands-on approach and personalized care. There’s also an understanding of individual patient needs that a human physical therapist provides. MedCerts offers convenient online courses, enabling aspiring physical therapy aides to gain the expertise required to succeed in this human-centered healthcare career.

IT Jobs Safe From AI

Many IT jobs involve complex problem-solving, strategic planning, and creative thinking, which are challenging for AI to replicate fully. Some IT jobs safe from AI:


A cybersecurity professional is at the forefront of defending organizations against digital threats and safeguarding sensitive data. Your role involves analyzing security risks, implementing protective measures, monitoring systems for potential breaches and responding to cyber incidents.

While AI can enhance threat detection, it can't match the creativity and adaptability of human experts in diminishing sophisticated cyberattacks. We offer online courses that empower you to become skilled cybersecurity specialists and play a critical role in protecting businesses from evolving cyber threats.

IT Networking Specialist

An IT networking specialist is responsible for designing, implementing and maintaining computer networks that facilitate efficient organizational data exchange and communication. Your tasks include configuring routers, troubleshooting network issues and ensuring network reliability.

AI automates network management to some extent but can't replace humans' problem-solving abilities and hands-on expertise. At MedCerts, we offer an IT program that can help you gain proficiency in this field.

Choose MedCerts

MedCerts is a visionary in the education sector, offering innovative, future-focused career programs online. Our cutting-edge training equips individuals with the skills needed for AI-proof careers in healthcare and IT.

By enrolling in MedCerts' online programs, you'll gain the expertise to thrive in these secure, high-demand IT and healthcare professions. Stay ahead of the curve and be part of shaping the digital landscape with MedCerts' comprehensive online training.

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Written by Dana Janssen
Chief Product Officer

Dana has over twenty (20) years’ experience in Allied Healthcare and Education, and currently serves as the Chief Product Officer for MedCerts where he is responsible for product vision and strategy, research, and development.

Dana joined MedCerts upon its founding in 2009, and has led the research, development, and production of the entire catalog of programs that have helped MedCerts transform the distance learning landscape. Leveraging state-of-the-art technologies and innovative instructional design practices, Dana and his team have pioneered the development of the MedCerts 12 Elements of eLearning. Each MedCerts program contains a proprietary blend of these engaging, interactive, and entertaining elements that effectively accommodate learners of all types. Dana is deeply in-tune with the needs of today’s healthcare employers and is an expert in careers and certifications related to allied health.

Dana holds a Bachelor of Science in Education (BS) degree from Valparaiso University, and a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from Davenport University. Dana is an avid sports fan and in his free time enjoys mountain biking, woodworking, knifemaking, and spending time with his family and pets.

Published on August 14, 2023


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