The information and communication industry is the basic industry for constructing national information and providing network and information services. broadly defined, the business of conveying information

  • $62,340 Average salary
  • 54% Of Men Make Up This Industry
  • 46% Of Women Make Up This Industry

History & Future



The future of communication is vast, and the possibilities are endless. They include network-based telepathy, augmented reality, virtual presence, molecular communication, LiFi technology, 5G and the Internet of Things big data.

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Smoke signals and drums were used as early telecommunication systems in China, North America, native Africa and South America. In 1844, modern telecommunications began with the invention of telegraph by Samuel Morse. The electric telephone was invented in 1870s based on the progressive work with harmonix telegraphs. The telephone was largely the creation of Alexaner Graham Bell. Cellular phones where invented in the 1970s.

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