Jobs That Will Soon Be Taken Over By Robots. Creepy...

Nurses

This Japanese robot is designed to care for humans just like a real nurse. Advanced technology, such as tactile sensor sheets, allow the RI-MAN to have a sense of smell, hearing, vision, and touch. The precision of a robotic nurse could be more desirable than a human nurse who is able to make mistakes.
Nurses

Soldiers

The Terminator films had it right, or should we say John Connor will have it right in the near future as the military is already experimenting with robotic super soldiers that will crush our enemies into rubble, along with the dreams of more and more people who planned on joining the military. And yes, these things are terrifying. More terrifying than any human soldier.
Soldiers

Prostitutes

People already buy their own sex dolls, but why buy a doll or prostitute when you can have an interactive experience with a perfect body and non of those pesky feelings. And yes, of course they're clean...they're in like new condition...slightly used...
Prostitutes

Teachers

It doesn't take much to teach a class anymore. In fact, teachers are urged to use more and more technology––almost to the point of actually staying silent themselves and letting the "technology", such as videos or interactive software, do the teaching for them. We already see the beginnings of robot teachers in the form of online learning. #blackboard
Teachers

Babysitters

Why pay a reckless teenager to take care of your kids when you can get a robot that terrifies them? Robots don't invite their boyfriends over, fall asleep or take any sh*t from kids. In the future you can forget about the "Babysitter's Club".
Babysitters

Musicians

Most of today's music has been created using digital manipulation and/or completely written by programs. Pretty soon algorithms will be able to tell what types of beats/melodies work in the music market and which don't––and a robot will pump these out in seconds. Oh yeah, robots can play instruments now too...
Musicians

Receptionist

The MechaDroid Type C3 robot receptionist never makes mistakes. It never gives wrong directions. It even uses facial recognition to allow it to interact more naturally with humans. And it can learn Spanish way faster than you can.
Receptionist