Q. 13.9( 21 Votes )
What does the history of developed countries indicate about the shifts that have taken place between sectors?
The history of developed countries indicate about the shifts that have taken place between sectors that from then to now there has been a major shift from the secondary sector which means manufacturing industries to the tertiary sector or service sector, which has become the most important sector of the country’s economy and most number of people are employed in this sector in the developed countries which means a lot of changes can be noticed if we look up at history once.
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