Internet service providers, Web search portals, and data processing services

January 2006
Career Guide to Industries;2006/2007, p138
Trade Publication
The article reports on the contributions of the Internet service providers, Web search portals, and data processing services to the economic activity in the U.S. Workers in Internet service providers, Web search portals, and data processing services have an average of 37.6 hours per week. In order to provide Internet and data services, the industry employs a wide range of occupations.


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