The number of people using personal assistants in 2017 was still growing, according to a new report.
But the number of users using assistants as a source of income was dropping.
According to a report by digital analytics firm Quantcast, a mere 0.6% of the world’s population used a personal assistant in 2017, down from 0.8% in 2016.
The number is down from more than a decade ago, when nearly 10% of people used personal assistants as an income source.
The trend is likely to continue, according the report, which noted that the number is already falling among the most affluent people in the world.
In other words, people are going back to their primary sources of income, the financial services sector.
This is a key driver of the decline of personal assistants.
This is a big deal for a company that has been fighting to get more people using its personal assistant service for years.
That’s because people who use it for financial services are more likely to own a home, buy a car, and use credit cards, the report said.
And while there are other ways people can earn money online, a personal-assistant app is still often the primary source of their income.
The most popular personal-and-home assistant apps in 2017 were those that offered more than one job or task to be completed.
The data shows that, on average, people completed 2,076 tasks with their personal assistants, or 6.6 tasks per day.
This means that on average people completed 6.4 tasks with an assistant every day.
But this is down significantly from the peak of about 2,857 tasks with a personal aide in 2014, the year the app was launched.
The other major app category was the ones that offered just one job to be done.
The most popular were those which offered one task to do.
This accounted for nearly 2,000 tasks with assistants every day, or roughly one task per person.
However, in 2017 the most popular app was the one that offered multiple jobs.
This category accounted for around 2,955 tasks with assistant every hour.
The trend has been in the right direction, according Quantcast CEO Jim Dorn.
But he cautioned that it is a long way from where it was just a decade or two ago.
He said, “In some cases, this trend is actually a positive trend.
People are still using assistants to get done their work.
But there are some cases where people are using assistants more for more tasks and some where they’re not.”
While personal assistants are becoming more popular in the workplace, Dorn noted that this trend in the home is also changing.
The report noted that home automation is on the rise, and is becoming more common in homes and businesses.
“It’s become a very convenient and accessible way to automate things, and it’s becoming a very lucrative way of doing that,” he said.