When you’ve been around the block a few times, it’s easy to fall prey to the hype cycle.
And if you’re a tech investor, you’re familiar with the term “unicorn.”
It’s the word for a company that has made a lot of money, raised a lot, and has a ton of employees.
But in this case, it was the tech sector that was being hailed as the new unicorns.
The tech sector has been one of the most profitable industries in the world for years, and many analysts have been predicting a surge in the sector over the next few years.
That’s partly because the technology sector has become more commoditized, but also because the companies are becoming increasingly self-sustaining.
It’s also a sign of how rapidly the financial and insurance sectors are changing.
The financial sector has long been considered the last bastion of old-style, white-collar, unionized, middle-class, blue-collar work, but a combination of new technology, globalization, and the financial crisis has transformed it.
When you look at the numbers, however, you don.
A new report from the McKinsey Global Institute shows that the financial sector still is not profitable, even though it’s making more money than the healthcare and energy sectors combined.
But the new study also shows that while the financial industry is making more than its counterparts in the other sectors, the financial sectors that have been growing faster than the others are seeing fewer people start their own companies.
For example, McKinsey found that, despite accounting for about two-thirds of the financials industry’s total revenues, only around 8% of its employees started their own company in 2015.
That figure fell to 4.7% in 2020, but is now up to 7.6% in 2021.
That means that nearly half of the industry’s employees are already working for a financial company, which is why the number of new companies is expected to double in the next five years.
What makes these numbers even more alarming is that many of these companies are also seeing a huge increase in employees, which suggests that they are not going to see an influx of new employees.
And while the tech industry has been the most successful in the past decade, McKinley found that only about 30% of the companies in the financial services sector are growing at double-digit rates.
The energy sector, which has been booming in recent years, is at least partially responsible for this shift, with the energy sector seeing its workforce increase by 12% between 2015 and 2020.
This is a significant shift from the early years of the internet, when people had access to lots of free and open source software and other software that was not tied to any one company.
In the last 10 years, though, the number and growth of companies have accelerated.
McKinsey says that the industry has grown by nearly 70%, with the biggest increases in the energy and financial sectors.
And while this trend may have been helped by the fact that the internet was in its infancy, it hasn’t hurt the industry in the long run.
In fact, McKinseys report found that the energy, healthcare, and financials sectors have all grown in the last three years.
The growth has been so strong that the sectors are now projected to reach a combined total of $10 trillion by 2020.
That would be the largest financials sector in the US.
The healthcare sector is projected to grow by more than 40%, while the energy is projected by more that a 20% growth.
But the energy industry has a lot to worry about.
While the energy sectors are growing, so is the healthcare sector.
McKinseys found that its workforce is expected grow by just 6% over the coming five years, which would be about the same as the healthcare industry.
The result is that the health care sector is going to have to pay a lot more in health care costs.
This is particularly true in states like Texas, where the cost of health care has skyrocketed over the past several years.
And the growth of the healthcare industries in other states, like California and New York, is even more dramatic.
As the McKinseys research indicates, health care companies in Texas and other states that have high populations are likely to see a spike in costs over the course of the next 10 years.
McKinays found that these health care industry workers will be spending about 50% more on health care over the first decade of the 21st century.
That is an amount that health care systems can’t afford.
And it’s not just high-paying jobs, either.
As the McKinays report notes, health providers and hospitals will also need to invest more in care, including nursing homes, urgent care, and other facilities.
That will mean more money going into the healthcare system, which means higher health care bills.
And that means more people getting sick.
Even as the tech economy has been growing, the healthcare sectors have struggled. McKinley