According to a study by Telenor Asia, about 54% of polled Pakistanis believe that mobile devices and mobile technologies have greatly boosted their professions and helped them grow their talents.
The study also finds that women believe their mobile devices have greatly raised their quality of life as a result of mobile technology.
Across keeping with Telenor Asia’s 25th anniversary, the second chapter of the “Digital Lives Decoded” series examines how respondents in Asia are using their mobile devices to adjust to new realities as post-pandemic work cultures emerge.
Over 8,000 mobile internet users from eight South and Southeast Asian nations, including Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam, were surveyed for the report.
The report emphasises how the workplace has changed dramatically over the last three years as a result of mobile devices’ growing significance in our daily life.
It emphasises how mobile technology-enabled procedures define the workplace and how hybrid working methods give businesses and professionals’ lives more freedom.
According to our research, mobile connectivity promotes efficiency, advancement, adaptability, and economic opportunity. However, there are still differences in how this technology is used by urban and rural populations, big businesses and small businesses, different industries, and even C-suite executives and their junior colleagues, according to Jrgen Rostrup, Head of Telenor Asia.
“In addition, individuals continue to have serious concerns about their knowledge and capacity to keep up with the development of technology. People aren’t using mobile technology in the workplace to its fullest extent because of the trust issue. Our survey’s results can assist identify the best resources and skills to fill these knowledge gaps and enhance people’s digital work lives as the amount of time spent working online rises, the author continued.”
Irfan Wahab Khan, Chief Executive Officer of Telenor Pakistan, remarked that
“This is a defining moment for businesses as firms throughout the world are adjusting to new and successful ways of work.”
He was speaking about the significance of understanding today’s changing workplace.
The Pakistani workforce, including freelancers, entrepreneurs, and tech aficionados, now understands and can take use of the opportunities presented by mobile connectivity, he continued. “Mobile technology has also unlocked new revenue streams and empowered individuals in new ways,” he said.
Access the full report here: Digital Lives Decoded.