Microsoft expresses its thoughts on U.S election; asks everyone to Move forward together

With the elections over the entire America was surprised with the outcome of the elections and despite the fact that many are not ready to accept Donald Trump as their President the truth is that he won the elections. Microsoft being one of the largest Tech conglomerates has outlined its views and how it will move forward for the goodwill of the country. Microsoft has congratulated the President-elect Donald J Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence.


Speaking about the recent elections Microsoft said,

“Between now and Jan. 20, we’ll all participate in what is perhaps the most defining aspect of our democracy, the peaceful transition of power from one political party to another. Today is a day that finds some Americans celebrating and others commiserating about the electoral result. But it’s also a day that reminds us of what makes the country special. It’s a day that provides an opportunity to look beyond disagreements and divides, identify bold solutions to common problems, and find new ways to work together. It’s a good time for all of us to listen and to learn from each other”.

Microsoft explained that as a company it is looking forward to working with the new administration and Congress with regards to issues of common concern. Microsoft also addressed the people who feel that they are left behind. Microsoft explains how in the past quarter-century of US economic growth under the Democrats and the Republicans has added 35 million new jobs and the country, in general, has experienced doubling of jobs for Americans having the four-year college degree while the jobs for those having a high school diploma has plummeted by 13-percent.

It is established beyond a point that only innovation can kindle an economic growth which will eventually help everyone to move forward. Microsoft also says that it is the new age technology tools that will play an important role and this is the reason for them to acquire LinkedIn this year. It is these technology services that help individuals develop new skills and also connect with new jobs.

Microsoft also emphasizes on middle skills which are the type of technical skills that require less than a college degree and can be further strengthened by new skills and certifications. The data tools like LinkedIn graphs can be expected to serve more cities and states in order to help those in the Government match the worker training and economic development resources against the strongest opportunities in the world.

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Mahit Huilgol has been using Windows on PC and Mobile since long. He has been following Microsoft developments from close quarters and loves writing about it.

One Comment

  1. Dan

    It’s an easily shown fact millions of “jobs” indeed have been created from GWB through BHO; problem is, they want too many people holding degrees to do the low-paying work of same…for instance, low pay/high call volume most USA call centers, or GWB reclassifying “food service preparer” as “manufacturing industry labor”…Sanders and Trump weren’t popular here for nothing, nor Hillary’s promise of free college for all! While it’s good MS wants to “go forward together”, here’s to hoping it’s not in finding new ways to make tech “support” vested interest claims, such as MS’ late prediction Clinton would lead with 87% of all voters based on Bing/Big Data “analysis” by Democrat MS employees. Cheers!

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