The biotechnology market is an ever-expanding, demanding, controversial and lucrative market. Even when machines do take over some human activities in an occupation, this does not necessarily spell the top of the roles in that line of work. On the contrary, their number at instances increases in occupations which have been partly automated, because total demand for his or her remaining actions has continued to develop. For instance, the big-scale deployment of bar-code scanners and associated point-of-sale systems within the United States in the Eighties reduced labor prices per retailer by an estimated four.5 % and the cost of the …