Fall Through the Cracks Friday: The (Continued) Rise of the Mobile Workforce

Tomi Ahonen , one of the foremost authorities on the rise of mobile technology, loves to share how there are now more mobile phones than tooth brushes in use in the world. Dental hygiene deficiencies aside, this statistic shows how far mobile has grown in the past decade. Despite the already high penetration level of mobile technology, the industry continues to grow at an astounding rate. According to International Data Corporation over 106 million smartphones were sold in the second quarter of this year alone, a 65.4% increase over the same quarter in 2010.

A growing number of business professionals now prefer being mobile to being in the office. Check out the infographic, compliments of mashable.com, for some revealing stats on the evolving mobile workforce.  You can see this graphic in full size by clicking here.

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