A new survey from crypto exchange KuCoin has shown that enthusiasts who have not worked in the Web3 industry are keen to explore the possibilities in the blockchain space. Participants noted that the attractiveness of the industry includes flexibility, growth opportunities, and the prospects for the future of the nascent space.

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In a KuCoin study titled Journey to Web3: A Global Exploration of the Future of Work, researchers dived involvement and perception of people about working in Web3. In the report, the researchers found that more than half of the respondents surveyed were interested in learning Web3 as a career.

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In addition to measuring interest in Web3 features, the researchers also looked at what attracts people to work in this space. According to the study, benefits such as space to grow and innovate, as well as job flexibility, were cited as reasons when participants were asked what they find attractive about a Web3 career.

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Looking at the demographics, Web3 careers seem more attractive to young people. 59% of those who have worked in space are under 30 years old. In terms of satisfaction, more than half of the respondents said they were satisfied with their career in the Web3 space.

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One of the reasons for the interest in this area seems to be the positive outlook for the industry. On July 22, a Boston Consulting Group report predicts that the crypto space will reach 1 billion users in 2030. This shows that, compared to the trajectory of the Internet, the Web3 space is still at an early stage of adoption.

Meanwhile, back in June, an investment firm studied the investment preferences of millennials. A survey conducted in the United States found that millennials invested more in cryptocurrencies than those who invested in mutual funds. This shows that the younger investor demographic is more open to new investment opportunities.