I don't necessarily agree with that at all.
My daughter works online and has for many years. She is a medical transcriptionist for
a major health care network and manages other online health care transcriptionist online
workers. So right there is a very very wide array of jobs online in health care. Today,
even doctors of all sorts are setting up online practice in which they can communicate
and analyze some ailments of their patients thru the internet.
There is also many support jobs of all sorts. This is a huge area. Everything from
shopping to insurance to mom and pop stores to huge companies and call centers
and email support and chat support and more. It's a HUGE area.
The internet has also brought many jobs to people offline working for huge companies
such as Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, and lots lots more.
In addition, many people work their own small business online. Everything from
mom and pop stores in which people can buy jams and jellies to photographers
and artist that sell their works.
The internet has also afforded many people with disabilities a way to work from
home. I know a lady that years ago was hired by a major fashion designer to
sell their handbags on eBay. She still works for the fashion designer and is
eBay has resulted in a huge number of jobs for people and many of these
people make a lot of money.
It's been said that more millionaires have been created online than any where
else. It's probably true.
So I do really beg to differ in that regards.