Career Prospects: Plans like Amazon's UAS delivery service and UAS-based web connectivity platforms hint at the field's bright future. A 2013 economic impact study from AUVSI cited projections of 70,000 new jobs within three years of UAS integration into U.S. airspace simply to handle the merger, once it commences. The organization anticipates 100,000 jobs in UAS manufacturing alone within a decade of airspace integration. Wide use is also expected in what Toscano calls "The Four Ds: dirty, dangerous, difficult and dull jobs," such as firefighting, natural disaster relief, and pipe- and powerline patrols. "In all of these situations, customers will pay a lot to get those jobs done more effectively, efficiently and safely."