It's getting to where you have to have experience before you can get any job anymore. I'm guessing that as the worlds population continues to grow exponentially and businesses automate and just generally figure out how to operate without humans...it will be harder and harder to get any kind of job.
actually, that depends on what kind of job you're trying to get.
if you want to work on an assembly line, that's pretty much going away. lots already has.
if you want to work as a bank teller, computers and calculators have resulted in hundreds of jobs going away.
if you want to chop cotton, no-till farming and GMOs have almost done away with it.
however, if you drive a dump truck, automation is not a threat. or if you want to work as a cowboy, automation is not in your future. ditto beekeeping, farmer's market vendor, paleontologist, professional ecologist. want to raise specialty poultry? no threat. diagnose and repair automotive engine and chassis systems? restore antique motor vehicles? write textbooks? create computer software and hardware manuals?
i've done all these things, and automated systems can't. it all depends on what you want to do. if you choose a field where a machine can do it better or cheaper than you can, you're in for trouble.