A decade ago, the number of people in the United States employed in technology was a tiny fraction of the population.
Today, that number has ballooned to about 50 million people.
But in the last few years, that percentage has increased dramatically.
In 2016, the median age of those employed in tech was 46.2 years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
By 2021, that would have been 54.6 years old.
That increase has coincided with a wave of tech-related job growth in recent years, which has allowed a more diverse workforce to work in tech.
But it’s not all good news for tech workers.
Here’s a look at how to get hired and the jobs that are available.
How to get jobs in the digital economyThe number of jobs in technology is growing exponentially.
But the tech workforce is not nearly as diverse as other industries.
The unemployment rate in tech is 7.4 percent.
The median age for those employed there is 45.5 years old, and the median pay is $51,000 a year, according the Bureau.
But a majority of those jobs are tech-based.
That’s because most tech jobs require an online degree, which means the pay is based on experience rather than ability.
It also means that many people have only a high school diploma or a bachelor’s degree.
As a result, many of the most senior tech employees are not particularly qualified for most jobs.
They typically work for large companies or for startups that offer highly paid, high-risk jobs in fields like finance, information technology, data analysis, cybersecurity, robotics, and virtual reality.
That leaves them with limited time to explore their passions and pursue other careers.
In fact, a large number of the highest-paid tech employees work in high-stress jobs that require a college degree.
They are in tech to be paid by large corporations and for companies that have big cash flows.
That puts them in positions where they need to be flexible, flexible enough to be available for a variety of projects and events.
In addition, they have a lot of responsibilities.
In fact, according a 2016 study by McKinsey & Company, nearly half of all tech jobs in 2017 require an associate’s degree or higher.
This includes nearly half the work for startups.
And nearly a quarter of all workers in tech have at least one child under the age of 18.
It’s not just the employees who face high stress.
Technology employees have to learn how to be productive, collaborative, and team-oriented in the workplace.
They have to work with a team to build software, collaborate with developers to fix bugs, and organize projects.
They also have to be motivated and hardworking, and they often need to work remotely to do that.
They need to learn to multitask, to keep track of tasks, and to do things in a way that makes them feel comfortable and valued.
It makes them nervous to take on more than a few responsibilities, and it can also make them less likely to take advantage of the opportunities that exist in the economy.
They don’t get the promotions they should, and their skills often fall behind.
In a way, tech is a lot like a traditional career.
There’s a lot more to it than just technical skills.
But this diversity in technology means that there are also many more people with the skills that employers want and need.
It can be hard to find jobs in tech for those who aren’t as highly qualified.
But for those looking for work in the field, there are a few steps that they can take.1.
Take on a new position or job that doesn’t fit your skills.
Some people are drawn to technical roles, and many jobs in finance require a bachelor of science in finance.
But there are many more positions that require an MBA, such as accounting, accounting consulting, accounting software, and human resources.
There are also a lot fewer jobs in software that require the kind of skills that people might consider a master’s degree in finance, including sales, business operations, finance administration, and management consulting.2.
Look for a more flexible, on-demand or flexible-hours position.
If you have an internship or a part-time job that requires a lot, consider doing some work that is flexible.
Some companies offer “flexible” hours or “on demand” work, where you can work remotely and still be able to be on call.
For example, Google and Uber have a system where employees work off the clock or when the company’s schedule allows.
Companies also offer flexible hours in sales, accounting, and other jobs.
If these positions aren’t available, consider working in an office or on an assembly line.3.
Find a company that’s paying well and that’s willing to help you get a new job.
There are a lot options for starting a new career in tech, including internships and temporary work.
Some of these options are more flexible than others.
Some require more experience than others, but