One of the effects of Internet+ is the increasing the ability of people to making money online. In a Chicago Tribune article, it’s pointed out that many ways of making money–e.g., marketing–can be digitalized. And there are many virtual positions in a variety of industries; see, for example, Remote.com., a site for remote workers. “No matter what your skill set, says, Arianna O’Dell, “you can find a way to monetize it online.”
Using Internet+ to solve the problem of poverty should be a top priority.