By now, the industry is all but done expanding and the economy is on the mend.
But the big names are still in the mix, with the tech industry being the biggest beneficiary of the boom, with an estimated $100 billion in new business generated each year.
Here are five things you might not know about the industry, from the top to the bottom.1.
The tech boom has come full circle.
In the 1990s, the tech boom began with the Internet.
The first web pages appeared in 1992.
Today, the internet is responsible for more than 40 percent of the world’s internet traffic and has contributed to the growth of the entire global economy.2.
Google dominates the tech world.
The search giant has long been the leader in online advertising, and its revenues are now worth nearly $50 billion annually.
Its search engine, Google.com, is a major player in the advertising industry.3.
Techies don’t live in the big cities.
In many parts of the U.S., the tech sector has been centered around small, remote communities, where tech jobs are scarce and where residents have few alternatives for education or other services.
In a survey of 600 tech workers, the UBS/ASSOCIATED PRESS found that just 7 percent of respondents said they had access to college-level education.
But in the last decade, tech jobs have been exploding in the cities, as cities across the country are building a high-tech ecosystem.4.
Silicon Valley is the largest technology hub in the world.
There are over 400,000 people working in tech across the globe, with more than half of them in the United States.
The area is home to some of the country’s largest tech companies and is considered the tech capital of the United Kingdom.5.
Companies are hiring more and more people in the U-S.
In 2014, the average U.s. employee was making $56,000, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
In 2016, the number of employees in tech increased by nearly 1 million.
That’s more than double the rate of growth in the labor market overall.6.
We’ve reached a tipping point.
We’re entering a new phase of the tech economy.
As of 2017, the total number of workers in the tech workforce was more than 4.4 million, with 1.7 million in the manufacturing sector, according the Bureau in a report last year.
Thats up from less than 500,000 in 2014 and less than 300,000 at the start of the decade.
That means that in just the last three years, the workforce has grown by nearly a million workers.7.
A big reason for the boom is immigration.
According to data from the Bureau, more than 1.6 million people immigrated to the U the year before the tech bubble burst.
Nearly half of those immigrants were from Mexico.8.
It’s no secret that we’re a melting pot of different cultures.
In 2015, Pew Research Center released a survey that showed that there is no greater cultural melting pot than in the US.
That includes Latinos, Asians, and African Americans, and the top three groups of immigrant communities are the Chinese, South Asian, and Middle Eastern groups.9.
The technology boom has brought a lot of benefits.
For one thing, it has opened up opportunities for Americans to work remotely, which has led to a surge in startup activity.
As the number and quality of startups has increased, more startups are opening their doors to workers from outside the U., including from China, India, and Brazil.10.
It all started in Silicon Valley.
In 2000, a tech boom was brewing in the Bay Area.
Now, a decade later, it’s the home of many of the biggest tech companies in the country.