The Internet, it turns out, is not the only thing keeping people employed in today’s job market.

As more Americans find it more difficult to find work, the tech sector is looking to expand in order to find the people to fill its jobs.

The job market is expected to grow by more than 30% by 2021.

But it’s not just the U.S. economy that’s seeing job growth.

A survey by the World Economic Forum says that the job market for IT professionals is growing in all parts of the world.

The report also noted that China has surpassed the U, and is now the world’s biggest employer of IT professionals, with the U-6 index rising to a record high of 1,934 in 2020.

The report also found that employment of IT pros in China is up by 4% a year on the previous year, with an additional 5,000 positions created each month.

The job market has been strong in the U., with job growth rates increasing over 20% over the last four years, according to the report.

The U.K. also has the fastest job growth rate in the developed world, up by 5.5%.

The number of IT jobs in the world grew by nearly 1 million over the past year, and that number is expected grow by 2.7 million by 2021, the report said.

However, it’s the growth in China that is expected most to lead to job growth in the future.

The United States remains the world leader in IT jobs, with more than 13 million IT jobs created, the World Bank said in a statement.

However in 2020, the U of S added just 4,000 IT jobs.

But in 2021, it is expected that the number of U. S. IT jobs will grow by 12.5 million, the agency said.

In terms of IT job growth, the United States was at the top in 2019, with jobs created rising by 10% in the past four years.

China also was at top in 2020 with a 7% increase.

The rest of the globe saw growth of only 3.5%, the World Development Report said.

The U.N. says that India will be the world economy’s largest employer by 2021 and the biggest tech economy by 2021 if it continues to grow at the same pace as in 2020 (up to 6% annual growth).

India’s growth rate is forecast to hit 12.6% in 2021 and 7.3% in 2022.

The number of people employed by the country is expected rise to 3.2 billion, or 4% of the total global workforce, the UN report said, citing figures from the World Happiness Report.

The country is also expected to continue to grow its workforce, growing its population by 2% in 2020 to 4.1 billion.