The automation revolution is coming to the workplace.
The advent of a “smart office” that can predict what tasks people need to complete on the fly and then do them at the click of a button is one of the most anticipated technologies of the 21st century.
But it’s not just big companies that are embracing this trend.
Many smaller businesses are embracing automation as well.
While they might be small businesses, they’re creating new jobs that will benefit everyone.
The infographic below shows the jobs that are creating the most new jobs per dollar of sales of all of 2016.
The jobs created are all part of a new economy that will be powered by technology, and will require automation to keep pace.
The first job to benefit will be that of a sales associate, which is the new “head of sales” for every office.
This position is already one of my favorite jobs.
It requires a little bit of experience to become an assistant in sales, but the payoff is big: The sales associate is a key cog in the entire operation of the company.
It will require a lot of planning and coordination to ensure that the right sales tools are always available, and that every employee is able to take care of the customer’s needs.
For more information on the future of the sales industry, check out our new interactive report, “The Future of Sales.”
Read more about the office automation boom here.
The jobs created in 2016 include:• Sales and accounting assistants (Sales and Accountants)• Administrative assistants (Accountants, Financial Advisors, IT Support)• Sales agents (Sales Representatives)• IT support employees (Marketers)• Marketing assistants (Marketing Consultants)The jobs that have created the most jobs per $1,000 of sales were:• Customer service agents• Customer care workers• Customer support technicians• Information technology support workers• Sales assistants• Sales representatives• IT professionals• IT assistants• Administrative support personnel• Marketing agents• Information technologists• Computer program and software developers• Accountants• Business ownersThe jobs creating the least jobs per dollars of sales are:• Administrative assistant (Accountant)• Customer services agents (Markets)• Business owner associates (Managers)• Managerial sales staff• Information tech support staff• Marketing representatives• Sales personnel• Information system support personnelThe infographic below breaks down the job creation trends by industry.
The industries that created the least new jobs are listed in bold.
These industries are all based on the percentage of new jobs created by each industry.
These jobs can be found in the full report, but I wanted to highlight some of the more interesting trends here.
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