Due to the technological revolution, the world today is active 24/7. Whether its nightclubs, stores, or the internet there is always a way to communicate with others around the clock and never be lonely.
It’s not long since most people were up working at daytime and sleeping at nighttime, but that has all changed with the recent changes in online availability and accessibility.
People today are growing up with the entire world around them all the time, which is a massive contrast to earlier norms. Is it healthy for people to live in a world full of technology?
The technological revolution has made work life more automated and less reliant on physical work.
Very few jobs look the same as they did 100 years ago, because most of them have been modified in some way whether it’s just digital tablets instead of notebooks or entirely automated systems.
The fact that more systems are automatic today is good for efficiency and cost but leaves fewer jobs for actual people.
This might be in the interest of the business owners, but physical work is highly limited, and many people need to change their careers because of this.
Finding a job is getting more and more reliant on education, as a lot of work is being replaced with office jobs.
This can lead to a less active population and makes it harder for humans to be the way they are designed.
There might be negative evolutionary results from this, and humans might become less fit for physical movement in the long run.
With increased number of digital devices around the world, communicating has never been easier.
You can talk to people on the other side of the planet with next to zero delay, something that was unimaginable in the past.