What will life look like in 10 years?

From the 40’s to the 50’s we invented helicopters, jet engines, and electronics. Many people felt like there wouldn’t be many changes throughout this time, but they were proved wrong when they saw many aspects of the world as complete.

It is now 2022, and many people think that we are fulfilled with inventions because technology is so advanced, but we can try our best to predict what the future will look like in the next 10 years. 

10 years from now, we will see a decline in pollution and global warming because there will be more laws and restrictions on littering, and the fee for littering will go from $100 when littering to $300 when littering.


As we know inflation has gone up and it is changing the way people feel, and it can greatly affect people’s moods. In the next 10 years it will continue to worsen, and this will cause marriage rates to decrease and divorce rates to increase. In 10 years nobody will use cash and we will use crypto, credit or debit cards, and apple pay.


As you can see the world is using cash less and less and it is becoming inconvenient.


In 2021 the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, conducted a major study of more than 10,000 people across 17 countries showing that sustainability is escalating in importance of consumers’ purchasing decisions. 

As things like global warming and climate change rise to the surface of news stories, things such as sustainable living, eco-friendliness, and environmentally aware choices are on the rise too.  Due to this I have reason to believe that sustainability will continue to rise considering the impact social media has on such topics. 

According to the World Health Organization, 13 million deaths annually and a third of all diseases worldwide are caused due to environmental issues that could be avoided or prevented. This study is evidence that doing your part to help the environment is a good thing, and you should never be scared to ask how to pitch in and help out.


With the outbreak of Covid-19 in 2020 a lot of people were left jobless, furthermore jobs were left with no employees. 

It became common for people to work from home with the percentage rate of remote workers tripling from 5.7% to 17.9%. It is a theory of ours that this rush of workers from home will continue to rise in the years to come. Since 1991, with the rise of the World Wide Web and Social Media it is becoming easier to find jobs online. A study revealed that 1 in 4 teenagers today are likely to pursue social media ; 16% even stated that they would  pay to become an influencer. 

With this information in mind it is not unlikely that pursuing social media as a career will become more common as platforms expand.