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Virtually every part of a normal day for the average U.S. citizen contains technology of some kind. One needs to look no farther than the morning routine of most people. It typically goes something like this: wake up from an alarm set on your phone, check out the news on said phone or the television, hop into your car you started from inside remotely and check your back up camera as you pull out to head to work.

At MVP Network Consulting, we work not only as network consultants, but also as an IT support company, website design, and various other web services. It's safe to say we work squarely in the technology industry. Which is why it's always good to see the industry headed in a positive direction overall, and overall employment is one of the best ways to track such growth.

According to a new report from CompTIA, the technology industry continues to be one of the most profitable and successful fields in the U.S. with steady growth in the number of jobs being one of the main factors. Approximately 7.1% of the overall GDP and 11.6% of the total private sector payroll come from the tech industry, according to the Cyberstates 2016 report.

Furthermore, the tech industry added about 200,000 jobs last year. Overall, there are currently over 6.7 million people employed in some sort of tech industry capacity, whether that be web services or tech manufacturing.

One of the reasons the tech industry continues to grow is because more and more businesses are putting stock into the web services that can, in turn, help their own businesses grow. Approximately 40% of people will abandon a web page if it takes more than three seconds to load, according to eConsultancy. Increasing overall conversion is a dominant priority for over 80% of marketers their website services optimization programs.

One of the specific areas that have no doubt contributed to the growth shown in the report is in cloud computing. While big businesses have been using these web services for some time to manage their mammoth organizations, even small businesses are jumping on board. According to Forbes, about 80% of small businesses will soon rely on cloud computing for the efficiency, accessibility, and cost-effectiveness of this technology.

More employment in the technology industry means more people working to come up with ways to produce, manufacture, create, and design stuff that helps make our lives easier, more efficient, and better in the end.