Employment Structures

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Primary Employment
Extracting raw materials such as food, wood and minerals (E.G. farmers, miners, fisherman and lumberjack)
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Secondary Employment
Processing and manufacturing raw materials to create goods (E.G. factory workers, builders, carpenters and engineers)
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Tertiary Employment
Providing Services to other industries or customers ( E.G. doctors, teachers, shop owners and delivery workers)
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Quaternary Employment
Knowledge based employment, mainly in IT development and research (E.G. scientists, online companies and cancer research teams)
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Formal Employment
This consist of regular/normal working hours, regular pay, an agreed contract and must pay tax
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Informal Employment
This tends to be cash in hands jobs, that can include illegal activity in LEDC'S , it is a non-regular income source and doesn't pay tax
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Public Sector
Organisations that are owned and operated by the government. these include: educational bodies, health care bodies and emergency services
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Privet Sector
Organisations that are NOT owned and operated by the government. These include retail companies, local businesses and most banking companies
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Primary Empolyment 1800's vs 2000's
The most popular form of employment in the 1800's was Primary Employment where as now in the 2000's it has declined to be the least popular form of employment
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Secondary Employment 1800's vs 2000's
One of the least popular forms of employment in the 1800's was Secondary Employment, it then rose during the Industrial Revolution but has since dropped in the 2000's
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Tertiary Employment 1800's vs 2000's
Tertiary was again one of the least popular forms of employment in the 1800's but has slowly rose to become a popular form of employment in the 2000's
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Quaternary Employment 1800's vs 2000's
In the 1800's Quaternary employment did not exist and now in the 2000's it has become an official form of employment
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Processing and manufacturing raw materials to create goods (E.G. factory workers, builders, carpenters and engineers)

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Secondary Employment

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Providing Services to other industries or customers ( E.G. doctors, teachers, shop owners and delivery workers)

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Knowledge based employment, mainly in IT development and research (E.G. scientists, online companies and cancer research teams)

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This consist of regular/normal working hours, regular pay, an agreed contract and must pay tax

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