The tech industry is booming and growing.
The industry’s revenue has been climbing steadily for the past decade.
That has caused a lot of angst among the tech community, especially in Silicon Valley.
But this year, the industry is set to expand its business, according to a report released Monday by The New York Times.
It says that, for the first time in four years, total U.S. tech companies generated $1.6 trillion in revenue last year.
That’s a rise of more than 5 percent from 2013.
(The Times used data from the U.K. and Australia, but these data are based on the most recent data available.)
This is a big increase, especially considering that the industry still accounts for only about 8 percent of the economy.
But there are plenty of reasons for optimism.
Companies like Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook and Netflix are making big bets on mobile, cloud computing and robotics.
And companies like Uber and Airbnb are making bold bets on technology to help them make their homes.
It’s not as if the U-shaped path to this expansion has been smooth sailing.
As we mentioned, the U and the dot-com boom was a time of upheaval for the technology industry.
But the growth of the U is helping to make this sector much more resilient than it otherwise might have been.
The rise of the robots.
Robots are coming for the jobs.
It might not seem like a good time to talk about the future of technology in the next five years, but it will be.
That means robots will be on the job in many fields and for some jobs, but not for others.
That, in turn, will be a boon for employers and workers alike.
Robots, like the robots, are coming.
They’re not going away, and they’re not even a distant prospect.
For one thing, there are already a lot more robots on the planet.
We just don’t know what kind yet.
But robots are coming in more ways than one.
There’s more and more data available to show that robots are being used to replace human workers in many industries.
That makes it a lot easier for companies to hire people from across the globe, and a lot harder for workers to stay in the U, where unemployment is at a historic high.
(Some economists argue that there’s a greater chance of robots replacing humans in some jobs than there is of robots in others.)
And that means there will be more jobs for people from around the world, even if they’re just doing the same job.
(As we mentioned earlier, the robots are not coming for jobs that require a lot or high-level skills.)
There’s a lot we don’t yet know about these jobs.
But what we do know is that, as the number of robots increases, they will also likely take on more and better jobs.
For example, a recent report from McKinsey Global Institute showed that the average wage for a tech worker with a bachelor’s degree has grown by 4.3 percent over the past year.
So the number one thing that companies are looking for is someone with a computer science degree.
It may be a matter of months, but the trend of increasing automation will also have a big impact on the workforce.
(And for the record, the job market for computer scientists and engineers is already pretty bleak, according the Center for American Progress.)
There will also be more people who can handle more tasks.
If you’re a person with a particular skill set, you can do it a bit better than people who are just skilled at one job, like computer scientists.
There are a lot less positions in the tech workforce, and that means more opportunities for those who aren’t as skilled.
(We’ll talk more about this in a minute.)
The bottom line: The tech sector is growing.
And it’s doing so while still having a strong base of traditional workers who are still finding their footing in this industry.
This is the time to embrace technology.
But it’s not the time for complacency.
This will be the toughest part of the job transition, but this is also the time when the tech sector needs to make sure it gets out of the way.
(Hint: The more the merrier.)