Employment structures, uk&Ghana

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  • UK and Ghana employment structure
    • trade
      • uk
        • imports
          • agricultural products
            • 9%
          • manufactured goods
            • 67%
          • other
            • 12%
        • exports
          • agricultural products
            • 5%
          • fuels/ mining products
            • 13%
    • employment
      • UK
        • primary
          • 5%
        • secondary
          • 25%
        • tretiary
          • 70%
      • Ghana
        • primary
          • 60%
        • secondary
          • 15%
        • tertiary
          • 25%
    • potential problems to Ghana's coca bean trade and there effects
      • fears of childhood  obesity continue to rise in Eurpoe
        • decrease in demand for coca beans
          • production of coca beans will decrease
            • LEDC farmers  unemployed
              • farmers and workers lose money
              • cannot afford to send children to school
                • poorly educated generation
                  • fewer options as they grow
                    • cannot help with poverty/ LEDC status
      • Several African Producers start to produce chocolate instead of exporting beans
        • prices of coca beans will decrease locally
          • farmers earn less
            • lose their jobs
              • no disposable  income
    • employment facts
      • uk
        • has a low proportion of people working in the primary sector
          • machinery has taken over.
            • many primary  resources  used up
              • now imports it/ uses renewable energy
        • large proportion of people working in the tertiary industries
  • uk
    • imports
      • agricultural products
        • 9%
      • manufactured goods
        • 67%
      • other
        • 12%
    • exports
      • agricultural products
        • 5%
      • fuels/ mining products
        • 13%
  • Ghana
    • trade
      • imports
        • manufactured goods
        • agricultural products
        • fuels/ mining products
          • 14%
        • other
          • 4%
      • exports
        • manufactured goods
          • 22%
        • agricultural products
          • 44%
        • fuels/ mining products
          • 2%
        • other
          • 32%
    • fuels/ mining products
      • other
        • 2%
      • manufactured goods
        • 80%
      • 15%
        • agricultural products
      • 12%
        • fuels/ mining products
        • cannot afford to send children to school
          • no disposable  income
          • another poorly educated generation
            • cannot change current situation as adults
        • most global companies rely on rely on the raw materials from Ghana etc.
          • LEDC= most people work in the primary sector

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