are computers replacing jobs in big firms

January 8, 2007 1:34am CST
i feel nowadays computers are replacing jobs in big firms especially in the field of accounts and sounds profit for the company but it cuts the job...what do you think about this..share your views regarding this topic
7 responses
@bogdyyyyy (380)
• Romania
28 Jan 07
Yeas its easy to work with a computer than to write a lot of papers and to make counts and stuff like that.
@blueman (16513)
• India
27 Jan 07
i do think so, not only replaving jobs i think computers are helping us to do things more efficiently.
@blindedfox (3316)
• Philippines
27 Jan 07
I think you have a point. Most business functions now can be done by computers, and better if I may add. Some businesses invest on computer systems rather than actual employees. Computers may soon replace actual jobs. Scary. =(
@danielf (39)
• Colombia
10 Jan 07
Could be good for the company. But if the trend continues, where workers will get a job? While human population grow, jobs trend to fall down. It seems to be a big problem. So , everyone has to adapt to these circumstances and find out the way to survive.
@raghed80 (113)
• Lebanon
8 Jan 07
i think that computer are replacing humans in many feelds. the problem is that computer can produce more and fast especially in the industries. this property of computer is increasing unempployment percentage in many countries. i think that big firms most look to this oint to create job opportunities beside using computers
• Philippines
8 Jan 07
Yes it's true and it's right. On my opion all work that can be done on computer must be leave to computer. so other people must be fucos on industrial life. are office worker, building can produce food? so we need industrial worker that computer cannot put on. so we can generate more food. ^_^ P.S Any way computer cannot work on its own.
@rye_ter (257)
• Philippines
8 Jan 07
i think it is, because of the capabilities of computer programed machines, they are now repacling human especially in the factory or manufacturing industries.