The Internet is one of the fastest growing sectors of the U.S. economy. Coming off of the Internet 2012 Bus Tour, we witnessed first hand the Internet’s positive impact on small businesses across America from farms to a local jewelry store.
In this week’s town hall style presidential debate, stakes ran high as President Obama and Governor Romney faced the American people and addressed questions about the economy. Early on in the debate, Jeremy Epstein (a 20-year old college student) asked both Romney and Obama about their plans to ensure that he and many other college graduates have a greater chance of employment after graduation.
Though Obama and Romney responded with their respective ideas for building a robust economy, Jeremy and many Americans should consider the Internet economy for career opportunities. Here are some compelling numbers: