Author: Ainsley Lawrence

The field of technology is constantly evolving, and with that evolution comes constant opportunities to advance your career. After all, high-tech industries are the backbone of the U.S. economy, “providing about 12% of all jobs but producing almost 23% of output.” In the years to come, the industry is only expected to grow, with the market projected to increase to $5 trillion by the end of 2021. All that being said, there’s no time like the present to brush up on your tech skills. Whether you’re a new entry in the industry or you’ve been around for decades, knowing what…

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There’s no denying that tech influences and impacts our daily lives. It’s changed the way we do many things, including the way we retire. The baby boomer generation continues to retire at rapid rates. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there was another “boom” as more of that generation left their jobs permanently. Generation X isn’t far behind, with many reaching retirement age in the next 10 years. What can retirees expect when they’re no longer in the working world? How has tech changed the way people retire and the way seniors live? Like almost everything else tech touches, there are some…

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic transformed the global workforce. Research indicates approximately 20% of people worked remotely all or most of the time before the pandemic. As of December 2020, this figure reached 71% — and it may continue to climb. What the future holds for the remote workforce remains unknown. But, those who understand the technologies that shaped the quarantine work-from-home era are well-equipped to take care of themselves or others while they work remotely. Now, let’s look at three technologies that reshaped the remote workforce during the quarantine work-from-home era. 1. Zoom As many companies began to let their…

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