Technology is used throughout the United States, whether it is good or a bad thing we all have our own point of view. Technology may be easier and faster, but reduces the employment rate, makes Americans to less likely find a job, unemployment rates go down with technology but makes education not worth it, and makes American’s anti-social when it comes to the social work force. Technology does have their pros to it, but it can only go so far without needing a person’s help. Technology can help the productivity go up. Technology can produce more products to the employers, and can work faster than average American’s.
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We do this because we find it easy and also we find it helpful as products can be delivered to our home. This affects the community because more and more people will shop online because it is very simple therefore the supermarket will have more customers and therefore they will have bigger profits. If somebody is poorly, they can buy their shopping online. People can compare prices of products online and you can shop at any time you want. All the main supermarkets use online shopping.
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