1. I was just thinking the other day that it's been years since I've seen a milkman and I haven't had milk delivered to my door since I was a kid in the late 80's. One profession I do believe has died out is the coalman. Some people still had coal fires when I was a very young kid and used to have coal delivered on a truck in sacks. Again, I haven't seen this since my childhood

  2. At least in my city, there's a number of them, they're not hard to find and they're stacked up with business. One closed near me, but I think it was homeless people breaking in and not the loss of business.

  3. Basically most mom & pop stores around the corner. Quite a lot of small family owned businesses that can't compete with the larger chains.

  4. I highly doubt they will ever phase out 11B, it’s only a matter of time until we put boots on the ground somewhere. I would expect to see more tech MOS’s such as 17E and 17C to be assigned to infantry units, I would even expect your standard 11B to get more technical training in the future. What’s going on in Ukraine proves that this will continue.

  5. In most if not all African countries we don’t pump our own gas. Gas station attendants are a standard feature.

  6. I'd say butchery is definitely a dying brand, at least the traditional mom and pop shop/supermarket fresh butchery section. I dunno how slaughterhouse butchery works though

  7. My little brother was working for an independent family butcher shop in Grand Rapids, MI. Now he works in the deli department for Family Fare, so it doesn't seem to be a flourishing trade.

  8. I don't know about that business at my local butcher is booming. As people have become aware local sources aren't being hit as hard by inflation and shipping costs.

  9. Lol no way, every industry is digitalising. Software Engineers are some of the most sought after professionals.

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