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Building a Future in Growing Smart Cities

Author: Harpreet Kaur
by Harpreet Kaur
Posted: Mar 22, 2017

"Technology, we have today, takes a few seconds, to solve your problems. Technology that brings more than you desire... it is easier when there is no need to stand in long queue to pay bills as you pay online... one can save time through e-transactions of money and there is no need to go for bank... easy business solutions through internet and work from home... Green gardens and trees all over the roads you pass... high flyovers that lessen the traffic... there is no noise pollution through irrelevant sounds... neat and the clean city just like a dream.."

These all are possible in smart cities. India, a developing country is growing with the project covering 100 cities converted into smart cities. The project like this in China and UAE is an engine for job creation and economic growth. 'But in India will this be same for growing career opportunities?'

Bangalore, a city in India is a hub of technology driven service sectors that can create a lot of opportunities for jobs in IT and Telecom. With 100 smart cities, the country will have 100 hubs of this kind and have more jobs to offer. It is difficult to get an estimate of jobs that will be generated and the reduction in labor migration but it is confidently saying that even if work begins five to ten smart cities over the next two years, we would have created a favorable ecosystem for thousands of jobs.

One can build a future as an IT professional that will be in great demand as the IT infrastructure being the backbone of any smart city. Data analytics, system and networking integration, high-end programming will be the call of the day. The professional and students in this area can expect better opportunities.

Also with the development of these cities, other professions depended on the IT sector will grow. The teaching profession, for example, has very bright future. Besides this, professions related to this field will be so eco-friendly as the paper will use in very little quantity and the work completely based on computers. So, if the paper used less than the trees will cut less. In the way, smart cities project will be an eco-friendly project.

Today, the world is celebrating an era of technology. This technology will lessen our workload and lessen a run in a race of hard work. It gives us a smart way that is stress-free to live our life happily and more enthusiastic.

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