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IoT, Internet of things, this has been a growing market focused on the advancement and communication of sensory technology to communicate through “tunnels” in the web with manufactures to report optimization, virtualization and functionality information. The performance can then be increase with this data because the manufacturer is able to harness the power of live anonymous user, demographical, and geographical data that will allow the improvement of the future technology. Whether this is speakers from Sonos or when you pull your car home from a road trip to Cali and Vegas and when you go back to work in LoDo your car before you start it would have uploaded the drive and performance log to Toyota or Ford, what your preferences go with, and is able to send the info discreetly to your mechanic . Alerting them of the oil change that is need after your journey of over 2,000 miles. The event that your car is reacting like J.A.R.V.I.S form Marvel’s Ironman with Tony Stark where issues are reported and immediately the options are made available. The time is fast approaching these events of automation are not only occurring in manufacturing but also in troubleshooting. The evidence is there and contrary to what most believe this actually, propels technology and the advancement of the jobs in the market. According to Daymond John from his latest The Power of Broke: How Empty Pockets, a Tight Budget, and a Hunger for Success Can “You are either on the bus or off the bus, pay the far and get on the bus!” This is said in reference to learning technology in order to stay involved in the change in the expertise changes. According to the research by Future Edge 8 of 10 middle skill jobs require expertise and jobs with expertise pay 18% higher than the jobs without expertise. In conclusion companies moving forward with technology especially in IoT are always going to create jobs in the market and as long as you stay versed on the changed you are viable in the market.
The Power of Broke: How Empty Pockets, a Tight Budget, and a Hunger for Success Can by Daymond John