It has been reported that according to the UK-based firm, blockchain has an average annual salary of GBP 75,000 (around $93041 USD), as they also showed that the industry provides 544 permanent jobs throughout the country.
However, the study underlines that disruptive technology is becoming an emerging force, which is adhering to all industries, from virtual reality to 3D printing.
As per the report, the United States takes the crown with the highest number of businesses across all major disruptive technologies, followed by India and the UK with second and third place respectively.
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According to Capital on Top, the Internet of Things, augmented reality, and advancements in online learning have also changed the way how schools engage with their current student body.
Likewise, the Education sector is still placed in the eighth position among the segments in the UK.
Thus, a spokesperson at Capital on Top, commented:
“Disruptive technology significantly changes the way we operate in both our professional and personal lives. It removes old habits and systems and replaces them with something more superior in accuracy, efficiency and the experience it provides. Disruptive technologies also provide a great opportunity for businesses to create an entirely new way of doing something that has never been seen before thanks to this technology.”