Sectors of the Economy and Where the Jobs are At Chapter 22, 28, 29 Sectors of Canadas Economy Types of industry primary, secondary, tertiary, (quaternary- involve processing of ideas rather than products, included in the other categories) Primary Industries Take raw materials from the natural environment
Ex. Mining and agriculture Canada has many natural products yet only a small portion of the labour force work in this category (4.1%) Secondary Industries Processing of primary-industry products into finished goods Manufacturing is the most important in this category (factories, construction) 20.7% of the work force
Tertiary industries Services that support the primary and secondary industries and society in general service industries 75.2% of the workforce * See fig. 22.3 & 22.4 pg. 272-273 Basic and Non-basic Industries Basic Industries Industry that sells its products outside of the community, bringing money into the community
Non-basic Industries Industry that sells its products inside of the community. Cycles money within the community Location Factors for Manufacturing
Proximity of Raw Materials close to the product Location of Markets close to the buyers Availability of Fresh Water and Power - basic needs Labour supply need people to work (Canadian companies needing large, low-cost labour forces take their companies elsewhere) Transportation need to be able to get to/from Political Factors encourage or discourage manufacturing Circumstance all the other factors Services: Where the Jobs Are
Read Chapter 29 Page 404 #1a, 2, 3a What industries do(es) your parent(s) work in? (add basic or non-basic) What about your future job, where will it fall?
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