Contrasting Employment

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Ethiopia - a Low Income Country (LIC):

3/4 of the population are employed in the primary and secondary sectors. The secondary sector is small, the jobs are mainly filled by men and poorly paid. The tertiary sector accounts for about 10% of the working population. Part of this sector is accounted for by tourism which is still in its infancy. People work long hours often in difficult physical conditions. Many people are subsistence farmers and there is little commercial agriculture. Wages are low. 

Mexico - a Newly Industrialised Country (NIC):

Mexico is rapidly industrialising…


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