We are changing little by little from an industrial society to a service society. In a large scale, this means that human skills and interests are changing, as well as the culture of working life. The number of information workers is growing and operative field workers will also be part-time knowledge workers as information technology constantly grows.
People in the services sector will also learn to self-purchase services even more. This will eliminate the DIY culture. As a result, there will be fewer “craft skilled” people and their skills will be more active during leisure time than at work. At work, mobile devices and features will be more useful than wrenches and screwdrivers.