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Structural change in employment of industries and occupations, Ottawa: Economic Council of Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: W G Picot; Structural change in employment of industries and occupations Lavallée; Economic Council of Canada.
Structural change in employment of industries and occupations, An input-output analysis. The study examines the relationship between structural change and the employment performance. The first, and more recent, is concerned with the functioning of economies, their markets, institutions, mechanisms for allocating resources, income generation and its distribution, and so on.
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Vancouver, Canada's third largest city and principal port, is experiencing both rapid growth and fundamental or `structural' change. To a large extent, Vancouver's transformation mirrors the pattern of other dynamic, medium-sized cities, in which restructuring entails the familiar process of service-led growth or tertiarization.
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This is partly because of the large defence establishment presence in the district but the tourist trade also exerts its influence on the area’s employment profile. Advertising is an institution of economic, cultural and spatial regulation. This thesis examines the role of the advertising industry in mediating the geographies of markets and identities.
In the same way that Stuart Ewen () links the structure of the advertising industry in the s to its role in the consolidation of national markets, mass consumption patterns and consumer identities. According to the census,Greeks had migrated since to urban areas, andhad moved to rural areas.
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Employment change data from the census are a little misleading in that they relate to the place of residence of the worker and not the location of the job, so that an important question remains as to the proportion of workers living in rural or other urban localities. Mitchelson, Ronald L.; Fisher, James S.
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