In our last infographic, we showed jobs that will most likely go kaput in the next few decades due to artificial intelligence & automation.
The same changes that cause jobs to go extinct often create brand new types of jobs at the same time. Tools that allow internet monitoring, work tracking and online collaboration have helped open new job opportunities. Consider the type of factory assembly line work that no longer exists and the millions of IT jobs that have taken their place - the kind of jobs no factory worker in the 1950s could ever have imagined.
So if you are thinking about switching jobs, especially jobs in IT, this infographic is for you. According to our research, IT jobs have been fueling the economy worldwide. And it will continue to do so in decades to come.
Social media has now become an important part in many businesses' marketing strategies, including ours. That's how we came up two years ago with the idea of creating an openly editable spreadsheet where anyone can easily check and draw comparison for the software best suited for them.
This is a public list of Social Media Monitoring Software. There are many tools listed in this sheet, so we think it’s pretty comprehensive! But if you find one that we have missed, don't hesitate to let us know so we can add it to the list.
CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software used to be dominated by large enterprise software companies. Now we have lots of fantastic CRM software alternatives especially in the Software-as-a-Service scene.
The 800-pound gorilla is Salesforce - a more "complete" package, expensive and more likely to be used only by larger organizations. But there are great alternatives to Salesforce, one is SugarCRM. Then you have a number of other alternative approaches to CRM, ranging from Highrise, a super-simple CRM, to more recent startups such as Close.io.
Feel free to collaborate with us in this project. Your contributions are very important. If you have any updates which you think could be beneficial to everyone, just let us know so we can edit the sheet.Read More
The 20th century saw a massive loss of jobs in factories as machines replaced humans. The US economy moved to "services" and everyone was happy! Of course service jobs are not going to be replaced by machines are they?
Now, with the advent of automation and artificial intelligence, more jobs will become obsolete.