The latest Operators Union figures show that the UK is losing more and more people to the internet every year.
The latest numbers reveal that, since March, over 542,000 people have lost their jobs in the UK.
This is an increase of more than 2,500 per day.
This compares to the 794,000 losses the government has made to its workforce.
As of June 2017, the UK had just over 8,000 jobs available.
That’s a fall of over 200,000 since the same time last year.
So, how many people have been thrown out of work?
Well, the figures don’t give us an exact figure, but a good guess is that over a quarter of all jobs have been lost.
This is despite the fact that, as the industry has grown, the number of people employed has been on a steady rise.
So what’s the answer?
There are several options.
There are many ways that the internet could be employed, but the biggest one is for the operators to create jobs that are sustainable and create opportunities for people.
There is a big problem with this strategy, however.
If the internet were a business, it would need a lot of capital to do this.
So if we are talking about the UK economy as a whole, then the operator would need to be able to attract capital from the rest of the world, and that would require a lot more money.
In fact, the most recent figures from the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) suggest that the most likely source of investment would be through an international corporation.
This means that, if the UK was to get the funding it needs, it will have to invest in a whole lot more of its own infrastructure.
There’s no doubt that we are looking at a time where there is a lot less demand for jobs and more demand for internet access.
So, it’s time for us to consider whether this is a sustainable and sensible way of generating new jobs.
So far, this has not been the case.
It’s time to get real about this.
There was a time when the internet was the main way in which people had access to the outside world.
Today, the internet is increasingly a means of communication and access to information, and this is something that we should all be able be proud of.