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Rupa Islan
Aug 02, 2022
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The internet industry has been rocky recently, with slumps, layoffs and losses looming over Chinese internet companies. This industry seems to be losing its vitality. It is based on this background that many readers can't help but start thinking about such a question - Will the Internet become a traditional industry? This is a very important question, because the Buy email list answer to this question determines the future trend and ceiling of many people's careers. If the Internet will become a traditional industry, how long will it be before this deadline? If the Internet will not become a traditional industry, what is the basis for this conclusion? Today Wei Xi will talk with you about this issue- There is a popular saying that different industries have had different glorious periods, but they will eventually return to peace, and the Internet is also inseparable from such laws—— During the construction period in the 1980s, civil engineering and machinery used to be very popular majors. The popular word in the 1980s was - "Learn mathematics, physics and chemistry well, and you are not afraid to travel all over the world." In the fixed-line and 2G era, the telecommunications industry used to be an industry that countless college students yearned for. The attractiveness of Guangdong Mobile and other companies to outstanding graduates can almost be compared with that of any top organization. In the era when satellite TV dominated the entertainment market, becoming a TV personality was the dream of many young people, and CCTV was even more of a hallmark. The CCTV host was a mass-produced national idol in that era. In the era of rapid market economy in the 1990s, foreign-funded fast-moving consumer goods and traditional advertising were competing industries for a generation of college elites, and many top students were proud to join Procter & Gamble and Ogilvy & Mather. …….. Today, these industries are not in decline, but it is a fact that they are calm, and they are obviously not as high-spirited as they were then.
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