International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications

IJSRP, Volume 6, Issue 3, March 2016 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]


E-Commerce and its sway on the minds of young generation
      Tanushree Sanwal, Sandhya Avasthi, Shikha Saxena
Abstract: The article explores the impact of E-commerce on young generation. Indian E-Commerce market is growing faster and expected to see tremendous growth over next few years. The E-commerce industry has experienced unprecedented growth with its total revenue increasing over 60 times between 2010 and 2015. Even though there are only under-10 million internet users who actually buy online in India, there are about 150 million internet users or around 75 million households that are 'ready' for E-commerce. For a developing country such as India, one of the most important benefits of E-Commerce is its potential to help our young generation in earning a living. As the base of Indian e-commerce grows, high margin businesses will generate the steadiest returns for investors. E-Commerce, consisting of marketing and other business processes conducted over the computer-mediated networks is changing the way organizations in many industries function. It leads to the mechanization of some job functions and replaces others with self service operations, raising output per worker and inhibiting employment requirements in some occupations. The introduction and Implementation of new technologies has posed important challenges for the commercial workers worldwide. E-commerce has also spurred employment in industries producing software, and systems used by E-commerce and other occupations associated with websites and networks. The youth especially in the area of engineering and technology are benefiting from this. Young graduates today prefer e-commerce sector and even aspire to become first-generation successful entrepreneurs by investing in the sector.

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Tanushree Sanwal, Sandhya Avasthi, Shikha Saxena (2018); E-Commerce and its sway on the minds of young generation; Int J Sci Res Publ 6(3) (ISSN: 2250-3153). http://www.ijsrp.org/research-paper-0316.php?rp=P515152
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