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Lecture 5: Work Force Trends in Canada

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC227H5
Professor
John Kervin
Semester
Fall

Description
*+,-+. ! .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 Fourasti From Krahn, Lowe, & Hughes Pre-Industrial Industrial Service Economy Economy (1891) Economy (1951) (2004) Primary Sector (Agriculture & other 49% 22% 5% resource extraction) [70%] [20%] [10%] Secondary Sector Manufacturing & 20% 31% 21% Construction [20%] [50%] [20%] rd Tertiary Sector (3 ) Service (exchange for a 31% 47% 74% non-tangible commodity) [10%] [30%] [70%] 2. N.B. Canadas numbers in BOLD (Fourastis forecasts in brackets) *+,-.*+*,-. **+,-.. -.!+#.$%&$.+%#+$:+$;%-.$+;$&.- ;$.++%%+%$:.#+:,
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