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|Maurya said: (Oct 7, 2019)|
In my opinion, IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON JOBS is the topic of current relevance and important. I believe that each and every coin has two sides similarly, almost every thing we come across in day today activity has its own advantage and disadvantage. Now I come to main topic impact of technology on jobs. It has also two parts. It depends on us how, where and for which we are using technology.
If we observe then we find that there are many places where technology play very crucial role like for remote places where people access is dangerous, boarder site for security purpose which is dangerous for human, at mining place, space surveillance purpose. Same time it reduces jobs only for those unskilled people who are not ready to adopt new technical skills and new challenges. Job reduction is also due to misuse of technology. If we use latest technology like AI, machine learning, internet of thing, autonomous system, different type of robots and unmanned vehicle, nuclear power wise and in proper manner then it have numerous benefits.
Eventually, I want to say that technology badly impact on jobs at a few extent but it have much positive impact over over its negative impacts.
|Anshoo Singh said: (Oct 6, 2019)|
|I think every coin has two part, like that technology has merits and demerits too.
Technology boost our economy. Nowadays a measure part our economy depends on IT sector. No doubt if you have good technical skills then you can a job easily.
On the other hand if you lack of it is difficult to get a job. Technology reduces number of jobs.
At last I want to say that technology should be promoted it makes life easier.
|Yuvraj Singh said: (Oct 2, 2019)|
In the current day, this is the most trending topic to discuss. Being a student of the core engineering department and from NIT Patna, I have observed from the data of my seniors that except CSE branch other branches less than 20 percent of placement even those who are getting placed is because of their coding knowledge.
It simply indicates the impact of technology current scenario technology have great impact banking works is getting digital but can imagine how many banking workers are losing their jobs there are so many examples which are creating unemployment.
One of the big disadvantages that are going to take even the jobs of IT student is AI technology. According to me, tech giant have to also work on developing the infrastructure of the country beside only take profits from peoples my only doing marketing.
|Mehak said: (Oct 2, 2019)|
|Good morning, everyone.
I'm Mehak and our group discussion topic is "IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON JOBS". Every coin has two side, similarly technology is boon and bane for jobs. So, let me share my views.
Technology is raising day by day, no doubt it helps to enhance our economy because in this era almost everything depends on IT field. Every firm depends on artificial technology, machine learning and internet of things and they need programmers, machine learners, developers and educated persons as per their requirement. So Tech jobs are only available for educated folks. On the other side, there are no jobs for those persons who are not familiar with technology.
Moreover, students can get online part time jobs with their continuation of studies. So it helps to earn money and to save time. It enhances productivity. But if machine breakdown then it effects on efficiency and productivity both people totally depend on technology and machines. It makes us lazy.
Conclusion: every coin has two sides. Similarly one side technology helps to reduce workload, to enhance productivity, to save time and money, on the other side it reduces jobs and limited to only educated persons.
|Yuvraj Wale said: (Sep 27, 2019)|
|Technology has grown right from human-invented fire to large spacecraft, technology may be added advantage for them who convince it in the right direction. It has reduced efforts put in by humans and made life easy but on the other hand technology has made human lazy. Research says that peoples dependent on technology have gained weight and obesity, the employment rate has gone down as companies started adopting machine technology as it can do things efficiently without any fatigue.|
|Prairna said: (Sep 24, 2019)|
|Technology has made number of jobs redundant. Like atm replaces some banks. The new era of technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning etc are resulting in job losses but at the same time it is helping in growth of economy.
Technology result in improving lifestyle, increases consumerism and increase employment opportunities. Like building houses with 3D printers is a great invention in technology but it will result in job losses. At the same time, it will create more affordable homes so people want to buy it. Technology will increase productivity and reduce burden of workers. Due to technology, demand for technical youth is increasing nowadays and hence more jobs are available for educational youths. Also technologies are increasing in IT sector. Machines and automation are replacing by low skilled workers and if company do not replace low skilled workers, it will susceptible to losses due to heavy competition with the other companies. Technical advancement is forcing people to get updated with knowledge to sustain in job market.
|Aditi said: (Sep 21, 2019)|
This is Aditi and I would like to share my thaughts on this topic that is very trending and interesting too.
The term technology nowadays is most trending with the growing world. If we talk on internet across the world becomes a basic needs for updating and for growth of knowledge with the upcoming technologies.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning becomes basic requirement in industries. The world is in the moon and getting information outside the world with the help of this technology.
To use technology and grow is not the problem but using it in a proper place is my consideration where the work cannot be done manually then this becomes a priority but many skilled, as well as unskilled job, are at risk, for them "the work is worship" so, to have a proper implementation can balance both the Situations.
Have a nice day one & all.
|Nikhil Mishra said: (Sep 19, 2019)|
|Hello, I am Nikhil Mishra.
So, we are discussing this topic.
According to me, technology is the best way to earn economy and in the jobs, technology is very useful such as we were use an android mobile phone, laptop, cp, everything can do it and our work is done by laptop and we all are using technology everywhere. With the help of technology, we can do everything. Thank you.
|Raja said: (Sep 18, 2019)|
|Good evening everyone.
The topic impact of technology on jobs is very hot and interesting because nowadays we all are using technology to do anything like payment, hotel booking, cab booking, etc. This is good because it saves our time and also this thing not replace human for doing the task. But when we talk about the industry thaen many companies replace low skilled or labour people with automated robots which is bad impact of technology. In my thought, there must be some rule for installation of automated robots. Only those place or industry where the life of working people is in danger or not possible by a human for example in a coal mine life of labour is always in danger so there must be an automated machine for working. Many people die when he goes inside the gadeer so we can replace this work by automated machines. If we work likes this then we also increase job for high skilled people for developing such automated machines.
|Rahul Raj said: (Sep 18, 2019)|
|Hello, everyone and a hearty welcome to all of you.
I'm very delighted and equally excited to share my thoughts on this topic.
First of all, Technology is the greatest of boon and worst of a bane for present-day, humans! Now, I don't know how many of you can relate. Proficiency, time-saving, up-gradation, easy accessibility, a whole ocean of knowledge and many more such qualifiers can be used for 'Technology' precisely. On the other hand, laziness, comparative absence, lack of face to face human interaction, time overspent, multi-dimensional hacks and also threats; are the face of the same.
Coming to the topic "Impact of Technology on Jobs", has both positive and negative impact, is what I also personally believe.
1. India being an agrarian country, Technology has helped create, large scale jobs in rural areas.
2. A number of employees, more services rendered, more economy, ultimately more revenue generated through taxes by the government. That simply leads to assured economic growth.
3. Demand for technically skilled youth is increasing at a rapid pace, which means more employability for Educated Youth like many of us.
4. People are trained for such a newly created job again that is an added advantage.
5. Last but not least, we experience an improved lifestyle, and consumerism has substantially increased in a span of 10 years or so, astoundingly resulting in more employment opportunities.
Being an Indian, I'm on a very fresh page of scribbled handwriting in terms of so many bands imposed within 5 years time, but trust me India is succeeding and growing at a very rapid pace. Changes should be accepted and embraced, only then we can become the same "sone ki chiriya" as we were in a remarkable history.
1. With technology coming in, aggravation of so many job losses and jobs becoming redundant is experienced. Machines and automation are replacing low-skilled workers, as many companies are welcoming newly automated machines and with effect poor, low skilled, manual working groups are being hit to the bottom again.
2. Not only this but also semi-skilled and even high-skilled jobs are at risk, click-click 'Artificial Intelligence' like the name suggests, it will challenge human intelligence, however the outcome will be worth watching.
3. Last but not least, continuously updating your knowledge to sustain in the market is the need of the hour. A short missed can be bowled for bowler but, the decision lies in the hands of the third umpire. (don't mind the comment).
I've tried my best to give a closer insight on the topic through my knowledge and experience. I want you people to suggest and leave your feedback for my writing, I would be more than happy to accept your responses.
Regards for the day, and success for your life. "Do your best and leave the rest. ".
|Manoranjan Das said: (Sep 16, 2019)|
|Technological innovation results in the improved lifestyle, and hence consumerism increases and thereby the result in more employment opportunities.|
|Arijit Majhi said: (Sep 9, 2019)|
|Hello everyone, this is Arijit and thank you, everyone, to give me this chance to talk about "Impact of Technology on jobs".
I would say the technology can make the work easier for any organization. Now in various industries due to technological implementation and automation, a lot of work can be done easily but this kind of implementation can directly have an effect on jobs. Due to these technologies, a few jobs have been created for some skilled labours but a lot of people are also getting sacked from their jobs. As technology is changing drastically, people also have kept them updated to themselves to retain their jobs.
|Deepa Pandey said: (Sep 8, 2019)|
We can't totally say that technology is good or bad. Though it makes our work easy but at other side it increases laziness and also create unemployment which is not good for us. We should use it in a proper way so that it can't be disadvantageous to us.
|Geethu said: (Sep 4, 2019)|
Nowadays technology plays a prominent role in anywhere.
Technology makes some work easy and at the same time it makes someone become lazy. Through the technology tasks which is given to a person can be easily performed. But it continues in the same way it may reduce human power. And totally there will be no work for people to do. Soo with the technology people also have to be updated and don't addict to the technology much. Thank you.
|Anandhu said: (Sep 4, 2019)|
|Thank you for giving me an opportunity to say something about the "impact of technologies in jobs".
Nowadays everything is technology,
Technology reduces manpower and creativity. Today's world robots are used to foodservice in this scenario robots reduce human work.
When your travelling in the bus the conductor getting tickets using machine its also technology.
Today's world technology plays a major role.
I past years industry used peoples for the working process but nowadays they are moving forward to automation here also human works get reduced.
|Praveen S said: (Sep 3, 2019)|
Today's topic is the impact of technology on jobs, and it can be seen in today's world. Demands of IT sectors, automobiles sector and various other firms they all are moving towards automation and advancement in their technologies. And its impact can be seen on the youths, many employees are getting fired from companies because their knowledge is of no use to the company, the private sector is growing ridiculously high and their demands from their employees to get a good hand on recent technologies otherwise their jobs will be at stake.
In many engineering colleges, the placement scenario is getting worse year by year, only the CSE nerds are getting good packages while the other branch engineers is submitting their resumes to one company to another. This is because we are studying decade-old syllabus and in this era it is of no use, we core branch engineers will be not getting good placement until we learn these new technologies or switch towards government sector, at last, we want job security.
Impact of technology on jobs have two sides like a coin, if one is moving hand to hand with new technologies then he will be exploring new jobs and challenges in his life, and on the other hand the one who is learning and gaining expertise on old technologies, which are only present in the books not in the real world than for him stability in jobs will be a tense situation.
|Subham Barnwal said: (Sep 1, 2019)|
|Good morning to everyone,
Today we will be discussing about the topic "impact of technology on jobs".
The impact word itself begins with the impression that it will have both positive and negative sides.
Let's begin with positive impacts. Technology has tremendously increased jobs in the IT sector, no doubt in it but along with that common citizens are being benefitted as well. Let's take a few examples, food delivery services provided by tech giants like Zomato, swiggy, etc provide jobs not only to the delivery boys but also to many people by providing customer care executives.
Now let's come to the example number two. Online cab services like ola and uber not only benefitted the drivers but also those who have cars and want to give them for rent.
There is another whole world of online education which not only provide jobs to professors but also to those poor current students who want to earn by giving lectures of their own interest. A very good platform is unacademy.
In YouTube, many youtubers earn money by showing their talents and earn in lakhs.
But this is just one side of the coin. There are negative impacts as well, the online services of cab and food delivery is mainly concentrated in the city regions only, rural areas don't enjoy those benefits.
Introduction of e-rickshaws snatched away the source of income for those manual rickshaw pullers who can't afford to buy e-rickshaws.
Introduction to automatic machines in industries which performs the labour work as well ate up the opportunities of those who survive on just simple labour work.
So-called home shops like Amazon, Flipkart, Myntra, big basket, they all have reduced the income of small businessmen who wait in his shop whole day to sell their products.
No doubt technology is benefitting big companies, but again at the same time, it is snatching away the jobs of common men especially in rural areas.
That's all I have to say, thank you.
|Sumit said: (Aug 30, 2019)|
From my perspective, Technology has increased the job opportunity and also decreased job opportunities.
1. The employment has increased for the class of people who are interested in It departments.
2. The number of entrepreneurs has increased.
3. As the introduction of new technology, it has attracted the people for going online shoppings and that increases the employment for delivery boys.
4. Nowadays people are earning money by uploading their talents on any social sites or Youtube, now technology has introduced a new field of opportunities like YouTuber.
5. People are using technology with great interest and that is creating employment in It industries.
|Shivam Singh said: (Aug 25, 2019)|
|Let's start our topic of discussion today, which is Impact of Technology on jobs. With increasing digitalization and automation, huge progress has been made in job sectors due to new technologies coming out everyday. However it comes with a cost and here we will discuss about what impact it is making.
One thing that has happened that has had significant impact on job sector is digitalisation of work or simply saying computers are replacing human labour today. They is very benefical for industries in manufaturing sector because it has significantly reduced companys cost due to no labour employement and also has made work work more precise. However due to this unemployement of lower level workers has increased and that could become a problem in the future.
If we talk about corporate sector with updating technology paperwork has been reduced and everything has been transferred to computers.
With advancement in AI technology, jobs will be significantly reduced in the future. Positions will be open for working alongside AI to manage AI but that would require extensive skills and would not benefit low level workers.
Due to advancements in technology, unemployment can become a big problem which can lead to severe consequences like strikes and revolts. It is important to track the level of employment at this stage to predict future scenario and act according to it. In corporate sector, training people in computer technology will open doors to them of new jobs fields.
|Arshitha D said: (Aug 24, 2019)|
In my view, the impact of technology has a great role in the development of our country as well as the uplifting of our society. That is today everything is infront of our finger tip, by using these technologies we can do any thing eg. Online banking, ticket booking, food odering. So no need of to go anywhere. And one more thing is that many people have their own ideas and these emerging technologies help them or give a platform to implement these ideas. The same way there are some demerits that it reduces the job opportunities, many works that are done by machines itself.
|Praveen Thakur said: (Aug 23, 2019)|
|Hello, guys good afternoon.
I got the opportunity to share my views. There is some good and bad impact of technology on jobs. But the good impact is quite a havier than a bad one. Nowadays automation and digitalisation are increasing day by day. Due to automation machine can do a lot of work within less time but a man can't. It also improves productivity and quality of production while there might be chances of error in human work. Overall technology improves our economy as well as GDP.
It has also some demerits especially those who are illiterate and not aware of technology how it works so he might have problems in getting a job. Overall it creates the problem of unemployment.
So the government should provide good infrastructure, training programme to make them understand about technology so that they will be able to get a job.
|Juss Patel said: (Aug 20, 2019)|
|As we all know that technology is growing so fast, a phone which was 20 years back thought only of a dream is now the most vital thing in our life. Who knows, 20 years from now we could be able to travel to some location without actually being there. Technology affects are lives in so many diverse ways, we aren't even able to tell how is it affecting us in negative ways. Nowadays there are so many apps for e-commerce lots of businesses are flourishing, But at the same small businesses, shops sales are decreasing, cause who wants to go on a hot and humid day to buy garments, when it can be done while siting on a sofa. So, although e-commerce is allowing to grow India economically, it is directly or indirectly being the reason for the rapid growth of unemployment.|
|Yogesh Asmar said: (Aug 14, 2019)|
|Hello all, I would like to present my thoughts on the impact of technology on the jobs.
Here, I noticed most of the people are saying that everything has two sides, merits and demerits and we should think about merits only, but what I think is a little bit different. I totally agree with you all that technology has improved our lives and making our work faster. But nowadays there are demerits which are becoming a crisis in a particular field of any work where technology or automation is used. Technology is making our life so easy that we don't even need to go outside of the house and all the fundamental needs we can fullfil just by using a smartphone which is also a part of the technology. Technology doesn't let us move from one place and interact with people outside and it is breaking our social contact, and then they find difficult to interact with people face to face. And the most important thing is that we don't even need to be in front of each other to discuss the topic like Impact of technology on jobs.
|Hema K said: (Aug 13, 2019)|
|However, in my point of view no doubt that Artificial Intelligence is going to extremely change the face of industry and employment.|
|Simran said: (Aug 11, 2019)|
|Hi, I would like to state my point of view on the impact of technology on jobs. Nowadays technology is growing tremendously and providing us quality and quantity services with full efficiency and also less labour and manual work is required because of advancement in technology. It only requires a literate and skilled people to manage whole work and product to sell in the market. This also has an evil effect on the illerate people which create less employment because of more machice work than the manual labour work.|
|S.Dg said: (Aug 11, 2019)|
|Technology has a huge effect on jobs both in good or bad ways. Due to the use of technology, the workload gets reduced, the manual error is not there, and it also saves time. But simultaneously it also affects badly like if most of the work is done by some device then the scope of the people to do that work decreases as a result unemployment increases. In my opinion, the use of technology is great where manual work is tiresome but not in all kind of jobs.|
|Pinki said: (Aug 8, 2019)|
|In my point of view, everyone knows that everything has two sides one is merit and another is demerit but everyone should follow the merit side.
In the case of technology, many job opportunity has come into the society which decreases unemployment in all over the world but if we saw the back side then the peoples are going to be lazy.
|Alin said: (Aug 8, 2019)|
|As my point of view, technology increases the productivity, quality and quantity as per need of the consumer. Due to the improvement of technology the employment opportunities of the unskilled labourers have been affected. So the improvisation of technology has immensely affected our lifestyle and leads to major health problems.|
|Ankit said: (Jul 30, 2019)|
|So, I would like to state my point by stating that technology has its both merits and demerits. On end, it has eased the work of operators and enhanced the rate of production with no compromise in the quality of the product. On the contrary has largely reduced the employment opportunities for many. In a country like India in which people in a rural area are largely unskilled labourers, this has had a huge impact on their day to day earnings. Technology has also reduced the skill level of people. Earlier most of the manufacturing process was done by manual labour which required highly skilled labourers but now this same work can be done easily using a single CNC machine, all an operator need to do is write code and feed it into the system. In many industries, most of the process which was done by workers are now automated. This surely has a positive impact on the company's economy but has degraded the skill level in individuals.|
|Dipu Kumar said: (Jul 30, 2019)|
|Thanks for giving me an opportunity to share my view on the topic "impact of technology on jobs".
In today's life technology is being implemented in every work because it saves time, money, labour.
But one thing is that it enhances unemployment and opportunity for uneducated people towards work becomes very less.
Finally, it has a tremendous effect on jobs but another side it has many advantages.
|Oklahoma said: (Jul 29, 2019)|
|There are so many technologies used in daily life if the unemployment increase then the population is also increasing day by day and there is the best way to use it when the population increase the speed of work also increase the CNC machine are used to produce the best quality products and to reduce the human interaction.|
|Vikas Pareek said: (Jul 26, 2019)|
|The technology is growing day by day & it's a basic requirement for the country being developed, because of that human efforts are reduced and the accuracy of work is increased.
Hence the job opportunities for literate people in the technical field is increasing, he or she can go for machine designing and as an operator of highly skilled machines.
But if we think about illiterate people, they are surely facing unemployment. It's a very difficult situation for those persons who have not to own field & no other sources of earning something.
So, keeping this critical situation of illiterate people in mind we should take a technical seminar in those filed and do familiar those persons about the benefits of emerging technology & effect of that on the nation.
|Omi said: (Jul 26, 2019)|
|In my point of view, Technology growth is increased so that opportunity is reduced and it will impact on jobs.
Mainly here technically strong person is needed to achieve their requirements in the given time.
Some time human makes any mistake it will impact on their products so the result of getting a bad product. If we go for specialized machine and software we will get the output by knowing the virtual diagrams in a computer screen so if any mistake we can correct and fix it without going for an actual product this is helpful so due this automation and this features they are not ready to take more peoples.
|Soni Yadav said: (Jul 25, 2019)|
|According to me, technology has the potential to create large scale jobs in rural areas.|
|Harsh said: (Jul 25, 2019)|
|Technology is although making life comforting but it has the negative side also. People lose their jobs because they are replaced by machines. That is the reason for decreasing economy and unemployment. I can say that rich people are comforted with technology but poor labours are worsely affected by tech.|
|Hsv said: (Jul 24, 2019)|
|As per my point of view, Development of technology is very useful because it reduces the working of time. Humans are lost their jobs because of using more powerful technologies are available in the market like robotics. Technologies are dominating human's physical work and getting them LAZY.|
|Siri said: (Jul 21, 2019)|
|Technology, nowadays, can be seen in every field. It is dynamic. It serves as a competitive advantage for companies. Technology brings efficiency thus reducing cost and price and increasing quality. Due to this, some companies are investing more in technology and reducing headcounts. So, Technology has led to fall in employment in certain sectors such as an automobile. But there are certain other sectors where technology couldn't replace human beings like the service sector, sales, etc. Also, to operate the technology, human beings are required. So, technology complement human beings. Also, a country like India is labour intensive. So, more and more jobs are being created for people.|
|Kshitiz said: (Jul 21, 2019)|
|1. Technology is a good thing but only until it has a human to look after it.
2. Robots, automation, etc. Reduces jobs as it requires no human labour.
3. CNC machines are good examples of technology as they are to be operated on the spot by the operator (human).
4. In this way, humans have jobs as well as the work is accurate.
5. Technology is great but only under human supervision.
|Dinesh said: (Jul 12, 2019)|
|Thanks for giving me an opportunity to participate on today's topic "impact of technology on jobs".
According to me, the fastest growing technology will help to develop our country but also it reduces manpower.
We can save time to do our work with the help of technology.
|Pankaj said: (Jul 5, 2019)|
Technology provides us with a way to do the same thing smartly with less hard work. Now, we have highly advanced machines, robots etc. That can do our tasks easily in a short span of time.
So such side of technology reflects a view that it has reduced the need for labour. So we can say reduced the jobs for workers.
But there is another side of technology which reflects a totally different aspect. Technology has developed scopes like photography, automation, software development etc. It has developed varieties. Now we want a huge collection of choices. These emerging scopes have also brought more jobs.
But most of these jobs are related to technical and literate people. Now the question arises what about illiterate people. Technology has reduced their job options.
As technology is necessary for smooth and comfortable life so one solution is that we should provide proper training to those people who don't have any idea to use the new machines so that they can also earn their livelihood by adopting new technologies.
|Meet Patel said: (Jul 4, 2019)|
|Accordong to me, Technology increases productivity but most of the work we do requires a skills and brains nas brawn, technical exeprtise. In general evolving with technology doesnt make the otger ones unnecessary. In fact it makes them more important to economic value.
I will give you one exp like ATMs could do certain cash handling task faster than tellers but that didn't make tellers unemployable it increased the importance of their problem solbing skills and their realtionship with people.
Automation creates wealth by allowing us to do more work in less time.
But on the other end obviously there is some risk of unemployment for those who are working on repetitive task like transportation and cashier because that work can do easily and smartly by robots. For those who ade working with critical thinking they will on safe job.
|Rishi Pandey said: (Jul 4, 2019)|
From my point of view, I think technologies had changed the world to its a great extend and with the use of it peoples work is reduced over the years or it gave them a chance to work more efficiently and accurately but it also reduced the job opportunity of the people like for ex. Amazon AI based drone is one of the biggest examples that how technology completely dominated the delivery jobs 'cause with the help of this Ai based drone delivery can be done in a more effective manner. This was the one example but there are various other examples in which technology has highly dominated the job opportunity and as a result of this people suffered a lot. I'm not denying the fact that it brought a huge change in the world as it helps to get our work done and with help of it many things can be accomplished but we should not forget that we are originating our own extent.
|Mallikarjun said: (Jul 1, 2019)|
|Technology increases productivity and hence reduces the burden on workers and eliminates the burden of doing repetitive tasks. For this, workers need to learn some skills to stay employed. It's just that the workers should be given training for the newly created jobs.
The proliferation of technology results in the improved lifestyles, and hence consumerism increases and thereby result in more employment opportunities. For example, the industrial revolution created more jobs than it eliminated.
Due to technology, demand for technically skilled youth is increasing and hence more jobs available for educated youth.
Technology helps in the growth of the economy. Economic growth can be utilised to create more employment opportunities with better pay.
|Akshay Prajapati said: (Jun 26, 2019)|
|Hello, friends good morning.
As the topic is the impact of technology on jobs so, I think due to the introduction of technology in human life it is going to be in an easier way and we can save lots of time and use this time to accomplish another task also we can take a example of robot people think that jobs are going to be ended by introducing robots but its not much true. The jobs are relocated that is the transformation of job takes place from one form to another people gets a job by introducing robot they give jobs in electronics industry mechanical engineer can get a job in designing of the robot so by introducing technology life to become easier if we use it in a possitive way.
|Ritika said: (Jun 24, 2019)|
|Technology has created a pool of opportunities. Everyone can agree to this.
It has drastically made our life easier. But let's face the harsh truth. Technology has created opportunities only for well skilled and educated people only. 26% of Indians are uneducated. How will they feed themselves? With the rise of online business, the shopkeepers are striving for goof market. Amazon will be using drones to deliver the packages taking away jobs of 100s of delivery boys. I cannot agree more to the fact that zomato, swiggy and uber have provided ample of jobs to people. But the time is not far when they will also use drones to deliver food. With the rise of AI in the world, millions of jobs will suffer in the world.
The technology was meant to make life easier instead it is making our life meaningless.
|Mahesh said: (Jun 23, 2019)|
|Good evening to all of you.
I think the creating the technology is don't effect the job rather then it. It effect in positive way. We are knowing that the main problem of India is the large population and because of this the youth of the India didn't getting well jobs according to their education but one thing that they can survive in call centre and by delivery boy in swiggy and in zomato untill they didn't get the required job according to there qualifications. Hence the because of technology the swiggy and zomato app like there is in market to provide the jobs for need ful people and also one more benefit is that they deliver the food fast and we didn't go outside for food.
One more advantage is that the technology created a ola, Uber like app in which the auto drivers may loss their jobs but at the same time they get the job in ola and Uber as a driver and the pay scale in ola Uber also more then that of auto. So living of standard will improve of people.
And also the merto train cities required the more engineer to handle the metro system and to run the metro successfully and safefully in India. Hence Engineers placed at perfect job.
|Subrahmanyam said: (Jun 22, 2019)|
|Good morning to one and all,
Today the topic is about the impact of technology on jobs, in earlier days no one is aware of social media and mobile phones, but now all are aware of both because the technology was developing. And also in earlier days, we need to go to an organisation and apply to the opportunity of an interview, but now no need to go for the organisation, in my home only we are able to apply for the jobs. By increasing technology, it has some advantages and disadvantages also, but there is fewer disadvantages compared to advantages. Recently one robot can do a 2000 plant sapling in just one hour. We all know about the app we use in our mobile phones like ola, uber, zomato, swiggy by ordering in it by sitting at home we can get a finish that works, no need of going to a hotel or to cab stands. And if we can follow an official page on social media or some another app we can get the notifications related to that page. If we follow page like job mela then we get notifications related to the job, it will help you to get a job.
|Chandra said: (Jun 21, 2019)|
|Good Morning to one and all.
Impact of technology on jobs. As per my view, Yes, There is a huge impact of technology on the job. Suppose a metro rail is an innovative invention for metropolitan cities like hyd, Mumbai etc. For one route of the metro, It needs two shits of drivers to drive, The Indian government will be planning for an automated driving system. Which doesn't need a driver at all? Here we are technically developed a lot. But we forgetting the employment of a driver. So it has to be in a certain limit. That which does not affect the future.
|Sruthi said: (Jun 19, 2019)|
|Good afternoon to one and all.
Today the given topic is "Impact of technology on jobs". We always wish to improve our technology and want to experience the advanced features in technological aspects. Today all the youth are getting recruited in software companies after their education. It is completely related to technology why because in olden days there is no such kind of facilities. Hence, there was a huge amount of unemployment and less literacy rate. But now we can easily go through the exam notifications & if we want to apply for a particular job we can easily apply it from our home.
Technology is not at all effecting badly on jobs. It is providing more information related to job seekers & one can get to know the reason about their unemployment & they can improve their skills and abilities by following online classes and study materials. When a student has the ability to solve, thinking capacity, listening skills, communication skills, learning skills, leadership qualities, spontainity, confidence & knowledge these are the factors which are really important in life. But majority of the students only give priority for the academics not for the practical knowledge. This is the main factor for unemployment. Technology will never effect badly on jobs it is completely based on our usage.
|Pradeep said: (Jun 14, 2019)|
|As we know very well that impact of technology on jobs is a hot topic in new generation technology is faster than human and for increase productivity companies need more products in less time so they use only technology and as we know very well that everything has the prose and cones.|
|Kondranghi said: (Jun 6, 2019)|
|Today's scenario clearly displays how the technology replaces the human resource with automation through a lot of software works and this makes graduates make updating their knowledge in programming even entirely irrespective domain persons also learning this for their survival in this fastest world.|
|Swati Agarwal said: (Jun 5, 2019)|
|According to me, the technology is both goods as well as a threat as we know India is a developing country it needs its development in every field. It's good for us as new technologies make work easier, profitable, less time consuming etc. If we move on to our agriculture sector then we can see because of technology only farmers need to do much hard work & get a good amount of profit whereas, on the other hand, it's a threat as everyone is not literate in this world n each n every person don't know how to use new technologies so they remain unemployed and suffer a lot.|
|Dheeraj said: (May 30, 2019)|
|Technology is one of the hot topic in today generation, it replaces the man with a machine, due to automation many members of people are loosing their jobs, it reduces person effort, and time. In software industry every person will face this impact because even an experienced person can be kick out of his/her company where he or she working in their company. The reason is tht, all the freshers are aware of latest technologies, so the experienced person can be replaced by fresher, by this the respective company can make a lot of profit. At the same time, technology gives a lot of jobs to all unemployed persons through food delivery Android apps such as Swiggy and Zomato.|
|Abhishek Sharma said: (May 29, 2019)|
|By means of "Technology" is the way to do any work without any hard effort. By changing our approach from time to time to fulfil the necessity of the present situation. For example, the mobile apps are using everywhere in the world in present time which is a very revolutionary technology in IT sector as we could not think before 5 years that it will help or improve our needs so efficiently and smartly. Technology is not a threat to jobs it's just a tool by which it can more useful.
I saw it many places after adopting new technology, more jobs are created.
We can see like Ola, Uber or many other apps which are given by new GPS technology and by this our youth are employing to do a great job.
So, according to my point, Technology always help in a job not a threat.
|Rashi said: (May 23, 2019)|
|Well technology impact on jobs!
Obviously, it is a considerable one. Technology is the only thing which can upgrade our motives and aims. In my view may all thought that it reduces employment to illiterates but then n now India ia always an agricultural country & its the backbone for our country so why not every new technology helps them to get good profits n helps them in their field though they are illiterates. Not only in agriculture in many fields it's completely into the profit to field persons. Technology needs to be nail so that our Indian economy will increase and our gratitude be. So that the government provide jobs to illiterate in some fields. We'll now India is not that techy but still have many your employees. So it does depends on the individual. I always put forward for technology enhancement cuz it has everything to do with the country to change it or rebuilt it.
|Uma Nirwan said: (May 15, 2019)|
|"Technology" is a branch of knowley that deals with the "CREATION" and use of technical means and their interrelationship with life, society, and environment.
Technology has brought progreyin every field. If we talk about impact of technology on jobs. So I have used a word i.e. "CREATION", and when something is created, it become a lot of people opportunity without becoming creativity of that person.
And we can say that while there will be an opportunity, the jobs will not be reduced.
|Piyush said: (May 9, 2019)|
|I genuinely feels that technology in a long run proves to be powerful. Not only this there are many sectors, which day by day are becoming technological. But we should always remember that it is a human being who have created technology. It's a hard fact that day by day labour's are getting replaced by technology's & machines. But the supreme one are humans.|
|Pranaya said: (Apr 24, 2019)|
|Technology generally makes the work easier no matter how tough it is. It may lead to an increase of unemployment because today everything is replaced by machines. In doing repetitive tasks it reduces our work. It can be implemented even in danger places which a human can't involve in doing such tasks. To the unskilled employees, it is a curse. It is replacing unskilled employees with skilled employees. Even the unskilled can learn new skills and they can become skilled and thus everyone becomes literate and then the impact of technology will be too good.|
|Lingareddy said: (Apr 19, 2019)|
|Technology is a primary concern for job-seekers and who want to get a higher position in the company. Who has the desire to get job they must know anyone of technology in present days. Our company works with different technologies and domains so, we need at least basic knowledge on trending technologies.|
|Merimi Rakesh said: (Apr 6, 2019)|
|Well, it has its positives and negatives. The positive is, it makes the country more prosperous. In today's day and age the more technologically superior a country is, the more prosperous the country would be. The negative is it is creating unemployment like never before. No doubt technology is also creating jobs but there is no guarantee that such jobs would remain forever. With further advancement in technology jobs like in call centers may also become obsolete in future. So anyone, whether illiterate, semi literate, or literate and educated can be affected by technology. Technology can also cause health problems for example working too much time on computer causes eye problems. Government should address this problem without having to compromise with technological development.|
|Aryan Rabha said: (Apr 4, 2019)|
|Impact of technology on jobs-.
Well, it has its positives and negatives. The positive is, it makes the country more prosperous. In today's day and age the more technologically superior a country is, the more prosperous the country would be. The negative is it is creating unemployment like never before. No doubt technology is also creating jobs but there is no guarantee that such jobs would remain forever. With further advancement in technology jobs like in call centers may also become obsolete in future. So anyone, whether illiterate, semi literate, or literate and educated can be affected by technology. Technology can also cause health problems for example working too much time on computer causes eye problems. Government should address this problem without having to compromise with technological development.
|Akshay Nadiyapara said: (Apr 4, 2019)|
|It is obvious that in this era of technology, without technology even the birth of a child cannot happen, so if we talk about technology at the job than it will directly impact on it.
Technology will work and man will be sitting at their home because technology brings high productivity and that's why any organisation's objective i.e. of making a profit will be satisfied.
But what I suggest that technology should be there, but growth of technology should be minimal. Means if one technology can arrive in one year than let it be happen that it postponed to 2 year. So, that manpower can get some time to think about it, and can change themselves accordingly.
|Aniruddha Paul said: (Apr 3, 2019)|
|Good Evening friends,
I think the faster-growing technology is creating a huge impact in our daily life and also in our work life. By automation of new things, time can easily be saved and the processing also becoming fast than the old technology. If someone thinks that it is creating the problem of unemployment of the people, but if we see that latest technology is also creating new job positions and availability among the youths and also if we can train properly to the old workers then they can also be employable to a huge extent. So, for this Government should take active steps towards this process in the upcoming future.
|Naveena D said: (Mar 28, 2019)|
|Good Evening Friends,
According to me, Obviously, job recruitment is depending upon the technological growth. It will be changing based on the developmental growth of technology. Day by day technology is developed and new things are generated from the people. So, job recruitment is also based on new technology. And also job demand also increasing based on new technology. So the impact of technology is very high in job opportunities.
|Shivam Singh said: (Mar 24, 2019)|
|Hello my dear friends
There is nothing in the world that only good impact in case of anything,for examples in case of technology
(1) Less time required.
(2) Less numbers of labour required.
(3) Easily fulfil people requirement.
(4) More numbers of product form at a time.
(1) Cost of product increases.
(2) No more labour required for production (because all types of work done by technology).
|Anjali Mathe said: (Mar 19, 2019)|
|With the growing demand, it is the need of the hour to introduce new technologies. When technology develops the very first thought which comes to our mind is how it will affect our life in terms of health and wealth. It is always seen, when discussed a technology we focus more of job loss. But is it really true? Let me cite some of the examples, with the introduction of wired and wireless communication although left many postman unemployed we forget the number of call centres which came up giving employment to many youngsters.
With the introduction of Ola and Uber, many auto rickshaw drivers were unemployed but the same technology gave employment to the same drivers at higher pay increasing their living standard.
A technology come in the market and remain in the market only when it is advantageous to the people. Definitely, technology has taken jobs from a few sectors but the same technology has provided job to more number of people in other sectors.
When we talk about the concept of driverless cars which will potentially create unemployment for the drivers we should also think about its success on road. Driverless cars on Indian road or in any other developing country won't be popular because of high fare. In developed countries, its impact on employment and unemployment is almost the same. So with the impact of technology, its success should also be taken care.
At last, again need of the hour is to introduce new technologies to grow business and generate employment, its not the technology creating unemployment, its the unawareness to use technology to its best. Technology do take jobs from a few sectors but the same technology provided job to more number of people in other sectors.
|Abhishek B G said: (Mar 10, 2019)|
|I think technology killing no of job opportunities. Especially, because of automation and AI. For example, if Tesla car come to a road with low cost, then lakhs of ola uber taxi drivers might use their job in future. Youth can go with technology. But what about 40+ years old peoples. Technology not only reducing job opportunities it also making people lazy. Nowadays, phones are becoming smarter and smarter but not youngsters.|
|Sonali Yadav said: (Mar 7, 2019)|
|Technology plays a vital role in our life. It's both a boon and bane for a country. The biggest eg is artificial intelligence. The countries like Russia is heading towards AI which eventually declines the demand for labour in the country resulting in unemployment then poverty, declining per capita income or the financial status of a family. Another eg is imagine if a person owns a recharge shop but know 50% of his customer base has fallen down because we are heading towards the era of technology. Resulting in his lower income In short if the technology is boon it is bane also.|
|Saurabh Pandey said: (Feb 24, 2019)|
|Now, work without technology is not possible. If the technology will be faster output will be more accurate and also take less time. But by using more technologies the biggest problem which is coming in light is an increment of unemployment. If we think as the country our population is increasing day by day so it will create a problem in the country. So, I will suggest that there should be a proper combination of technology used and manpower.|
|Vishu said: (Feb 21, 2019)|
|In my views, technology creates a big role in people's life. Nowadays everyone attached to technology. Technology makes our life easier as well as our works. Every industrialist wants maximum outputs in the response of less input and technology gives that part to them. So all of them starts less use of man hand power and that point creates unemployment. Now I have to conclude that technology creates unemployment and reduce job opportunity.|
|Deepak Saxena said: (Feb 20, 2019)|
|More technology means less physical work people who are not skilled specially illiterate people technology is graveyard for them & its golden gate entry for skilled one. Technology is very beneficial for growth of country in less time. More technology more unemployment.|
|Dharmesh said: (Feb 20, 2019)|
|As we know about that we are living in the 21st century right now. To change ourselves or to update ourselves according to the time it is the nature of law. Likewise, we have to accept the new technology and have to update our work and processes. The main purpose of any work and process is to increase efficiency. And by adopting the new technology the efficiency of work will be increased.
The advantages of technology:
1) The work efficiency will increases.
2) The quality of work increases.
3) The labour cost will decreases.
4) The number of error decreases.
5) Time taken by the process will be.
6) The accuracy of work increases.
Hence the technology increases the job will be decreased but if technology updated then people must have to update themselves according to the new technology then and the unemployment will reduce. Because the technology is created by the human itself so to apply that technology at a particular time and at a particular domain is only knows the human. So technology is good if we update ourselves according to that technology.
|Abhishek Sharma said: (Feb 19, 2019)|
|According to my point of view, with the increase in technology. There is increasing the demand in CS and IT sector. The government also prefers digital India initiative. Which leads to an increase in the demand of more engineers. And ultimately increasing job in the country.|
|Riya said: (Feb 19, 2019)|
It is very clear that technology development means required less physical effort which implies a reduction in job opportunity for those who does the physical work.
But it also increases the mental work job opportunity. Technology development is a very important factor to make our work easier and faster with less error.
So, any industry always prefers technology because it requires less time to produce more product with negligible error.
|Sourabh said: (Feb 10, 2019)|
|Hello friends, in my opinion, with the advancement of technology job opportunities becoming lesser and lesser day by day as we all know that future is of artificial intelligence and machine learning so machine performs all the work in the future so unemployment increases. All the industries and organizations are dependent on the machines it has benefits that chances of error are less and cost of labour also saves but unemployment also increases.|
|Harini said: (Feb 9, 2019)|
|Technology development is a necessary one. Everything is based on technology now. Everyone is connected through this technology development. Peoples are also quickly get updated for every technology development. It is very important factor for a developing country. Economic growth as well as the countries growth depends on the technology growth.|
|Aman Kumar said: (Feb 9, 2019)|
According to me, technology reduce the physical efforts but increase the mental efforts on jobs.
The employees who are skilled to operate highly automated machines by using their mental efforts are able to grab better job opportunities with good pay scale, while those labour who are doing more physical efforts they might lose the job or get lesser wages due to enchancement of technology.
|Reddy said: (Feb 1, 2019)|
In my point of view, without technology, there is no information available for us. Even if you want to search for a job vacancy we use the technology, so that based on the usage of yourself technology are advantage and disadvantage. Youths are not addicted to technology. Addict to information.
|Himanshu said: (Jan 28, 2019)|
As we know that we are living in a 21st century and it is modern era or we can say the era of technology. As we know also that in population we have got a 2nd position in the world so a number of youth in our country is one,-forth of the total population and they are hungry of technology. As insects are attracted by the lights same as youth are also attached by technology.
And technology saves time. And technology has reduced the burden over the people. On increasing technology many opportunities are also increased it has also some merits and demerits as;
1. Reduction in Cost of labour.
3. Error happening in the industry is less.
4. Economy growth.
1. Due to the increase in automatic machines unemployment is increasing.
2. Dependency on machines is blindly following by organization.
3. Less chances of getting jobs in any organisation.
|Preethi@@@ said: (Jan 28, 2019)|
|Hi everyone, Technology has made some of the so lazy, that even they can't walk a few steps forward for wanted things. People should give some stress to their body and save time like helping to family, old people etc.|
|Rishi Pandey said: (Jan 27, 2019)|
Today's topic is quite interesting i.e. the impact of technology on jobs. So, according to me, it is true that presence of technology reduced the job opportunities like artificial intelligence also comes into play where the computers can think like human, autonomous vehicles, automatic industries, 3d printing etc. These innovation made humans work easier and more precise as a result people prefer more machines rather than a human because we want our work to be done with more feasibility and more easily with less time. According to the research if today 1. 8 million jobs get reduced because of technology then there will be 2.3 billion jobs in 2020.
Coming of technology only made the good standard of living as our demanding are also increasing and to fullfil our need we prefer machines and helped us get in achieving our requirements but it never is replaced by a human.
|Pankaj said: (Jan 27, 2019)|
|According my point of view, technology provide more job in New sector like artificial intelligence.|
|Mukkaiya Jerome.Y said: (Jan 26, 2019)|
|The technology is more important nowadays in our life. Nowadays without technology, we can't work in a field for a long time and its needed to live for us. Technology is mainly reducing manpower and time and finish the work on time without any problems on it. Every seconds the technology has a growing high level to prevent and its only means of FASTER. The technology do that the man does not do. With the help of technology, we can do anything we need.
|Azhar Ali said: (Jan 14, 2019)|
1. Through technology, we can easily increase productivity and also another relevant field that are associated with the economic zone.
1. Some delay in employment until we shift to another platform as under working human that will create a human working job.
|Shivani Richhariya said: (Dec 30, 2018)|
|Automation means that where machine handles their task by itself, some automated machines are ATM, humanoid robot etc;
There are some automated technologies are:
1. Artificial intelligence, where the computer thinks like human such as perception, reasoning, thinking, common sense, natural language etc.
2. Autonomous and non-autonomous vehicles, Vehicle is derived without any human.
3. 3D printing: It is a process of manufacturing three-dimensional solid object from digital files.
I am supporting the argument that if automation of technology produces more jobs as they reduce. According to research, If automated technique will eliminate 1. 8 billion jobs in 2020 so it will produce 2. 3 billion new jobs.
There are so many engineering colleges in our country and most of the engineers or skilled people are either unemployed or working in the non-technical firm because of lack of opportunities in their field. This automated technology will provide opportunities for the youth of India.
After the invention of the ATM machine, all person's whether they are skilled or unskilled are using properly make their life easy and flexible otherwise for performing any banking activities they face lots of trouble such as waiting in the queue, waiting for time etc.
|Chandan Kumar Gupta said: (Dec 25, 2018)|
I am going to discuss about "impact of technology on jobs".
Technology intervention is inevitable in any sphere. It does raise the bar of productivity, efficiency and safety to a level which is not achievable by humans. Adoption of technology, global reach and faster communication has overhauled manufacturing, servicing, product delivery and also employment associated with these sectors. But, this is not the first time the world has experienced significant shifts in employment due to new technology. History states that technology has been a creator of jobs and has augmented new avenues. The course this time will be the same or not is a debatable issue. The prominent technologies that are likely to bring disruption are:
A) Artificial Intelligence.
B) Autonomous and near-autonomous vehicles.
C) 3D printing.
D) Industrial Automation.
E) Next-generation genomics.
F) Advanced materials.
Arguments supporting that technological advancement will lead to Job loss.
Industries across the globe are adopting new technologies for higher efficiency and performance, lower manufacturing. Machines can reduce risk and increase effectiveness. This could lead to the elimination of a vast number of semi or unskilled jobs, who make a substantial portion of the workforce in manufacturing and agriculture sector.
Automation isn't just for blue-collar workers anymore. Computers are now taking over tasks performed by professional workers, raising fears of massive unemployment.
Researchers at MIT foresee dismal prospects for many types of jobs as these powerful new technologies are increasingly adopted not only in manufacturing, clerical, and retail work but in professions such as law, financial services, education, and medicine.
Arguments that Jobs will not be lost due to technological advancements.
According to research firm Gartner, more jobs will be created than lost by automation. The firm stated that though 1.8 million jobs will be eliminated by 2020, 2.3 million new jobs will be created by then.
It is widely suggested that workers will have greater employment opportunities if their occupation undergoes some degree of computer automation. As long as they can learn to use the new tools, automation will be their friend. For example; when ATMs automated the tasks of bank tellers and when barcode scanners automated the work of cashiers: Rather than contributing to unemployment, the number of workers in these occupations grew.
With the advent of new technologies industry, experts see the need for skilled workers increasing in the short run and persisting for at least another decade. The experts call for training programs with a new curriculum and certifications to standardize emerging job classifications.
|Suresh Satyanarayan Gajeli said: (Dec 22, 2018)|
I'm Suresh Gajeli.
So the topic is quite interesting. Impact of technology on jobs.
Yes. It does affect the percentage of employment in recent times and will downgrade the human valuable efforts. Everyone is aware of technology and it's booming development and innovations all over the globe. Advanced technology does help the industries and other manufacturing companies to raise their profit percentage with no human efforts. Likewise this technology is also the reason of unemployment in this developing era. The automation is downgrading the need of human efforts and the number of job openings too. Yes! Technology is needed to improve the life time of products and to reach it to each and every citizen. But it also affecting the human efforts who was craving to get the job since long period. I think the government should try to focus on this and should give the maximum availability of jobs to those who are looking for it. Technology does help the people but it is also affecting the families. I think the part of innovation should be such that its output will bring the more number of jobs in the market.
|Suriyabalaji said: (Dec 21, 2018)|
'Necessity is the mother of invention'.
But in today's world technology is necessary for innovation new things to satisfy human needs. Technology is the most important key factor in our day to day life because it helps us to improve our life and make things better in various fields such as business, education, defence, health-care, communication etc.
Technology has booted our standard of living by creating more opportunities like a faster mode of transport, communication etc. Now one can find everything on the internet.
However, it also affects people all over the world both positively and negatively. Advances in technology have brought us online banking, smart TVs, smartphones, computers etc but at the same time, they also brought us hacking and a lot of bad things. Manufacturer workers will be finished off by this technological development because automation reduces the need of manpower and also workers are reallocated from their companies, finally which leads to unemployment and it is impossible to say how many jobs are going to be finished off in future by automation.
Conclusion: I agree that technology has taken us to achieve many things. It depends on how we use the technology. It is designed to Make our lives easier but never be replaced by real human beings.
Thank you, friends.
|Vijay Negi said: (Dec 16, 2018)|
|As per my views, Technology is the necessity of innovation. Many people blaming technology for reducing manpower and laziness. But this is human nature always criticism any innovation or revaluation.
We can see technology as a revaluation. Day by day enhance machine requirement because people education and living standard increased. Every company, or sector facing labour crises. So that technology is a requirement for this era.
|Krishna said: (Dec 16, 2018)|
I think industries have started to adopt new technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, industrial automation, 3d printing, autonomous vehicles. I think employees need to adapt to the new technologies coming in the market to perform their role in a better way. They provide a way to work more efficiently by saving time, money, resources.
Example: A mechanical engineer with knowledge of mechanical, electronic, electrical, computer science combined can work more effectively in interdisciplinary projects. Like a mechatronics engineer (better handling of automated manufacturing machines, heat exchangers, more accurate results).
Even for a managerial role predicting of customer choice using data analytics and using it to improve the sales, predicting the machine failure time or any other future events. In logistics decreasing the production time or product delivery time using the AI robots (work of warehouse workers) makes a huge profit for the organization.
In case of repetitive jobs like workers on a production line (automated welding machines, assembling machines), delivery jobs (Amazon, Wal-Mart warehouses), traffic monitoring on roads (signalling systems, supervising cameras, online fines based on car number) etc.
I think there will be replacement of humans in case of repetitive jobs as well as some non-repetitive jobs even the MIT predicts that these technologies are being adopted not only in manufacturing, clerical and retail work but in professions such as law, financial services, medicine, education but at the same time more innovative jobs will be created which can be taken by many people who can undergo some degree of computer automation or any training related to that.
Technology development is inevitable and technology can be a boon to the people if they can adapt and update themselves with the latest tools.
|Narmatha said: (Dec 13, 2018)|
My points through this concept has both merit and demerits.
1. The growth and technology of this impact is widespread.
2. It has a shift processing system.
3. Technology based concept will coinsidence with abroad companies.
4. It will reduce time work and too much of labours.
5. Economy growth will be higher in village areas.
6. Error happening in the field will be less.
7. It helps to think more and we can gain more knowledge.
8. It reduces work tension and other mental issues.
9. It reduces traveling.
1. Due to increases of machine man power is getting too low.
2. Now we are depending on machine in future people will be lazy.
3. Also their is very less amount of getting job in technology.
|Gayathri said: (Dec 11, 2018)|
|Nowadays technology growth day by day. New technology handling easily in every oraganisation. It's reducing the time and works as well as increasing the unemployment.|
|Pankaj said: (Dec 8, 2018)|
|Good Evening all,
Today's era can not be thought without technology. Technology has ingrained so deeply in our life that we can not think about our life without it. Technology is helping in the improvement of business but reducing employment at the same time. As we upgrade our phone software to latest version to be compatible in the market same way we need to upgrade to match the skill with technology.
Technology is a boon for mankind but we must improve ourself and learn the skill to maintain the harmony with technology.
|Karan said: (Dec 8, 2018)|
|Good morning all.
As we all know science has made a lot of progress in improvement, as new studies are going on to cut down a human effort to save time and money the consistent way to copacetic business.
There are many pros and cons of technology.
1. New technology is time- saving and also plays a crucial role in saving additional money on manpower.
2. There will be lesser space for the error that can ruin the entire operation.
3. The work will be performed immaculately without fluctuated peaks in operations.
4. Technology can work all day long without making things screwed up.
1. As technology has become the backbone of all the business and technical fault in the machine can cause a delay operation.
2. The personal touch of customer service may fall down due to the use of a manually operated system.
3. It will cause unemployment.
|Shubham said: (Nov 20, 2018)|
|Good morning everyone,
As today we have the topic of the GD is the impact of technology on the job,
In my point of view that it is the stage of industry 4.0 on which concept the industries are willing to perform there work. Obviously, it is the automation and many advanced robots which are implemented to perform the job or task at the industry and replaces the mankind.
As a result obviously, the employment get reduce i.e. reduce the job opportunity in the industry as automation will displace the things but this will achieve at a very high initial cost of investment and high competition in the market.
If we talk about the growth of industry we need both of the things to compete for market demand and this will achieve only by making a balance between the human sources and machine, since one can not completely depend on the machine but we have to make adapt the new technology for today's demand for survival of company.
At last the things that the technology give comfort work done easily, and efficient way, it increases the competition among the people and hence the new things will come in the picture but on the other side it indirectly reduces the job opportunity and increases unemployment.
|Vishal Tyagi said: (Nov 17, 2018)|
Today's topic is the impact of technology on jobs.
Impact of technology has a positive and negative impact of the job.
Positive impact :
- gain more efficiency.
- easy to use.
Negative impact :
-difficult to use.
So, I think technology has a good impact on the job they will help to get a better result.
|Arindam said: (Nov 17, 2018)|
|Good evening friends,
Impact of technology depends on kind of technology is being adopted by the organization. I believe good technology will be consider if its generate more revenue as well as generate more employment. If you totally depend on technologies initially it will lead to cost effective but if any changes is required as per the market conditions then change in technology may be a costly affairs. On other hand if you make a balance between technology and human interventions one will easily and swiftly adopt the changes in market as per the customer demands. But it is also true Robotics and AI will make drastic changes in technology which will make major impact in upcoming job more and more people have Robotics and AI skilled will be required.
|Mehak Kapoor said: (Nov 8, 2018)|
|Good evening Mam/sir.
Firstly, thanks to giving me an opportunity so that I will deliver my views on the impact of technology on jobs.
Technology plays an important role in our life. In modern era, it makes our life easier by providing some gadgets and technical techniques. It saves both money and time. In 21st century, everything depends on technology. It is helpful in every field like business, education, economy and all. It enhances economic growth of our country. But as you know, a coin has two sides. As coin, technology has both advantages and disadvantages. It makes people lazy which has much impact on their health. Illiterate people are not able to do work /job because of technology or technical software which causes unemployment.
So that all about it by my side.
|Hema said: (Nov 8, 2018)|
|We cannot imagine without technology the day may have ended. Nowadays that the technology has been increased everyone wants to stay in a luxurious way and no one is considering what the bad impact that will get through the technology. Using technology we should be capable of developing additional skills is very much necessary but misusing and wasting time it is not written way. So, use the technology and learn something new and keep on changing within you in a good way.|
|Mamta Kumari (It'S Me) said: (Nov 4, 2018)|
|Technology plays a role in all aspects of my life, such as education, transportation, communication and so on.
Technology has been used widely in the field of education, be it in the form of PowerPoint presentations or online books and study resources. For which, I am so grateful.
Technology has changed my personal life. My family members are able to stay connected with the use of smartphones and social media, and I can meet more frequently due to my ability to travel far in various vehicles, including cars, trains and airplanes.
The technology used in all different fields is expected to continue improving over time and make daily tasks easier to perform for the average person like me.
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