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Lecture 5: Work Force Trends in Canada

4 pages139 viewsFall 2009

Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOC227H5
Professor
John Kervin

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. Post-Industrial Society:
a. Industrial Changes: Primary Sector, Secondary Sector & Tertiary Sector
b. Post-Industrial Thesis
1. Industrial Changes: Primary Sector, Secondary Sector & Tertiary Sector
Based on the “Three Sector Hypothesis” by Jean Fourastié
From Krahn, Lowe, & Hughes
Pre-Industrial
Economy (1891)
Industrial
Economy (1951)
Service Economy
(2004)
Primary Sector
(Agriculture & other
resource extraction)
49%
[70%]
22%
[20%]
5%
[10%]
Secondary Sector
Manufacturing &
Construction
20%
[20%]
31%
[50%]
21%
[20%]
Tertiary Sector (3rd)
Service (exchange for a
non-tangible commodity)
31%
[10%]
47%
[30%]
74%
[70%]
2. N.B. Canada’s numbers in BOLD (Fourastié’s forecasts in brackets)
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