Making a living

GCSE GEOGRAPHY YEAR 11 REVISION

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  • Created by: Pat Frean
  • Created on: 21-11-10 18:27

changing employment

  • employment is split into PRIMARY, SECONDARY, TERTIARY and QUATERNARY.
  • countries often move through stages from one sector to the next.
  • UK now 76% employment in TERTIARY AND QUATERNARY
  • CLARK-FISHER model - any use?????

KEY IDEAS - pre-industrial to industrial to post industrial

(http://www.geographyinthenews.rgs.org/resources/images/Clark-Fisher_news_en.gif)

  • not all countries do this eg Kenya skipped secondary/industrial and went straight to post industrial with TOURISM
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Contrasting employment

(http://meehanfamilyfoundation.org/images/mexico_flag_pbtt.jpg) Industrialisation changes a pre-industrial society into and industrial society eg Mexico. primary = 15% SECONDARY = 35%

TERTIARY AND QUATERNARY = 50%  CHEMICALS AND FOOD

Germany flag (http://www.germany-map.org/images/germany-flag.gif) deindustrialisation is when manufacturing declines while tertiary and quaternary expands as in Germany primary = 3% secondary = 31%

tertiary and quaternary = 66%  KNOWLEDGE BASED INDUSTRIES, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

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