E-business both stimulates and dampens output and employment in this industry.
E-business both dampens and stimulates output and employment needs in this industry.
E-tailing both stimulates and dampens output and employment needs in this industry.
E-business both dampens and stimulates employment needs in these industries.
E-banking dampens employment needs in depository institutions by automating or making self-service functions handled by administrative support workers (66 percent), including tellers, new-account clerks, loan and credit clerks, and general office clerks, and, to some extent, by managers (25 percent), but stimulates the need for customer service representatives (2 percent).
E-business dampens output and employment needs in the health services industry.
Furthermore, e-business automation and self-service dampen the need for these workers in brick-and-mortar activities.
E-business activities are expected to dampen employment requirements for marketing and sales occupations.
11) These same e-business systems also dampen requirements for purchasing managers, purchasing agents, and wholesale and retail buyers.
E-business should dampen employment needs in this industry.
E-business could dampen retail store and office construction as more transactions are conducted online.
E-business could dampen employment in this industry.