By Marko Jovanovic, Bloomberg The rise of digital mobile devices has made it easier for people who have lost their jobs to find work and a better life.
The same holds true for those who can’t find a job or are unable to find a steady job.
The digital divide The divide between the rich and the poor has been growing over the last decade.
In 2009, 47% of people in the U.S. were either living in poverty or below the poverty line, according to the Census Bureau.
In 2016, that figure had risen to 54%.
The poverty rate among Americans who are working full-time rose from 25% to 28% between 2012 and 2016.
By 2026, the gap will likely grow even larger.
For a long time, the most obvious answer to the digital divide was government programs.
People who have been unemployed or underemployed for a long period of time often find themselves in an unstable position.
People with jobs are more likely to get good benefits, to earn higher wages, and to have better health and other benefits.
But the digital revolution has been more than just a job creator.
It has created a world where people can take on jobs with little or no prior experience, with no formal education or training, and without even basic job skills.
The divide has been especially pronounced among the most marginalized people in society.
Nearly 70% of the American population living in rural areas are African American or Latino.
In cities like New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Philadelphia, about one-third of the population are African Americans.
The growing income gap also makes it harder for people in these areas to get ahead.
While there is a growing body of research showing that digital technologies make it easier to find good jobs, there is also evidence that digital jobs are increasingly held by those who have low educational levels.
The jobs that are available in the digital economy are typically lower-paying, and they can often require less education than other jobs.
A study published in the journal Economic Policy in 2017 found that digital technology jobs pay less than the equivalent jobs in the traditional economy.
In a study conducted by the Economic Policy Institute, workers in digital industries had to perform a task, such as taking an email address, before they were eligible for a new job.
This included online job applications, as well as job postings.
In other words, job seekers had to learn how to do their job in order to be considered for a digital job.
More than half of all jobs offered by digital companies in 2016 were not related to digital services.
In most cases, the jobs were digital services-related.
For example, some digital jobs were not connected to a cloud computing service, and other digital jobs offered no paid training.
In another study, the University of Maryland, College Park, found that over half of jobs offered on platforms like Craigslist and Gumtree are not related directly to digital businesses.
These jobs, in addition to other jobs offered through the Internet, are often paid less than those offered through traditional platforms.
These job descriptions do not specify a job description or a job role, so they are not necessarily relevant to the job description of a digital entrepreneur.
If you think about it, there are two types of digital jobs: digital jobs that can be paid less, and digital jobs which can be compensated at the same rate as the traditional jobs.
For digital jobs, the difference in pay can be significant.
Digital jobs are also the most vulnerable to the kinds of technology attacks that have made the digital age an ever-more dangerous place to work.
For a start, most jobs require at least some type of physical access to a computer.
These types of jobs are often found in industries where physical access is not possible.
The most obvious example is the Internet of Things, or IoT, or the internet of things.
The IoT refers to the new generation of connected devices that are often connected to computers, devices, and even other people.
An example of the IoT is the Fitbit, a wearable computer that uses sensors to track how much weight you are losing, how long you have been sedentary, and how many steps you have taken over the past year.
The Fitbit is a great example of a new technology that is designed to provide real-time data about how well you are doing.
But it also makes digital jobs vulnerable to cyberattacks.
One of the biggest risks that digital job creators face is the rise of cyberattacks on their websites.
In 2015, the United States saw a spike in ransomware attacks, which are usually designed to encrypt information and make it impossible for someone to get access to it.
The rise in ransomware is also linked to the rise in digital job creation.
The increased use of cybercrime tools and the growing popularity of ransomware also creates a new target for cyberattacks and hackers.
In 2017, more than $10 billion was lost in cyberattacks, which included ransomware attacks.
Some of the most prominent ransomware attacks were on