With our love of all things tech, it’s no surprise that circuit board and electronic component manufacturing revenue in the U.S. has reached new heights. The need for printed circuit board assemblies has of course increased, what with all those new gadgets in development, with many businesses saying they require these services anywhere from five to 10 times on an annual basis by the end of 2011. Since then, the e-commerce sector has grown even more — to the point … Continue reading “Will 2018 Be The Year Of The Robot For E-Commerce?”
Are Robots Going to Take Your Child’s Job?Posted on December 22, 2017Categories Featured News Leave a comment on Are Robots Going to Take Your Child’s Job?
In the United States, the screw, nut, and bolt industry employs 131,949 people. Along with said industry, there are so many other career areas in which Americans currently find themselves involved. But, what about the employees of the future? What about our kids? Will they be able to find themselves immersed in major career industries, or will they have to give their potential jobs up to AI? A lot of children have dreams of what they want to be when … Continue reading “Are Robots Going to Take Your Child’s Job?”
Study: Amazon on Track to be Holiday Shopping GiantPosted on December 21, 2017Categories Featured News Leave a comment on Study: Amazon on Track to be Holiday Shopping Giant
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and it’s also beginning to look a lot like Amazon is going to be the king of ecommerce this holiday season. According to GBH, Amazon is actually on track for half of the ecommerce holiday sales that are made in the United States this year. The overall ecommerce sales in the United States for the holiday season are said to grow 20% year-over-year, while it is believed that retail ecommerce sales in … Continue reading “Study: Amazon on Track to be Holiday Shopping Giant”
South Florida Real Estate Still Booming Despite Rising Sea LevelsPosted on December 20, 2017December 20, 2017Categories Featured News Leave a comment on South Florida Real Estate Still Booming Despite Rising Sea Levels
Hurricanes Harvey, Maria, and Irma have had Southern real estate businesses on a revenue rollercoaster regarding property value. Yet despite unfortunate predictions for future hurricane seasons, South Florida’s real estate will continue to develop as planned. And not without gusto. Scientists report that sea levels have been on the rise since the end of the Ice Age. Now, with climate change, the sea level of Florida may see as high an increase as 2 feet by the year 2060. This … Continue reading “South Florida Real Estate Still Booming Despite Rising Sea Levels”