- A survey by KuCoin shows that younger people under 30 are more interested in a career in the field of Web3 than the older generation.
- In particular, the future and growth opportunities make the industry so interesting.
- Also in terms of investment, the younger generation is more open to new investment options.
A recent survey by the crypto exchange KuCoin has revealed that Web3 enthusiasts who have not yet worked in the industry are very interested in exploring professional opportunities in the blockchain field. The participants explained that the industry is attractive, among other things, due to its flexibility, the growth opportunities and the future prospects of the emerging sector.
In the study entitled “Journey Into Web3: A Global Study on the Future of Work” (Journey into the Web3: A Global Study on the Future of Work), the researchers examined how interested people are in a job in the field of Web3. In the study, the researchers found that more than half of the people surveyed (3,608 Internet users on Twitter and LinkedIn who have heard of Web3) are interested in building a career in the field of Web3.
In addition to the interest in Web3 career opportunities, the researchers also investigated what motivates people to work in this field. When asked what makes a career in the field of Web3 the most attractive, the survey participants mentioned, for example, the opportunities for growth and innovation and the flexibility of work.
A Web3 career seems to be more attractive to younger people, because 59 percent of respondents working in this field are under 30 years old. More than half of the respondents stated that they were satisfied with their career in the Web3 sector.
This area is so interesting, among other things, because the future prospects for the industry are very positive. On July 22, a report by the Boston Consulting Group predicted that the crypto world will have a reach of 1 billion users in 2030. This shows that the Web3 space is still in its infancy compared to the development of Internet use.
In June, an investment firm also examined millennials’ investment preferences. A survey in the United States found that more millennials have invested in cryptocurrencies than in mutual funds. This suggests that the younger generation of investors is more open to new investment options.