Unit 2 Topic 3

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Unit 2 Topic 3
1 Importance of employment sectors and working conditions
1.1 Ethiopia
1.1.1 Primary 3 quarters of the working population work in agriculture Work in farming, long hours in difficult physical conditions make just enough for family servivle
1.1.2 Secondary Providing services such as fast food making and shoes There is foreign investment in textiles and leather which is creating employment
1.1.3 Tertiary Selling of goods in streets and towns, including children who work for themselves
1.1.4 Key notes Harsh physical conditions Low levels of development Lack of valuable resources
1.1.5 Developing country
1.2 China
1.2.1 NIC (newly industrialised country)
1.2.2 Primary Older people doing farming Younger people have moved to cities for better life Mining and farming coal Weak safety regulations making it hazudous
1.2.3 Secondary Large amounts of manufacturing long hours working in unpleasant and unsafe conditions
1.2.4 Tertiary City rapidly growing increased in services New builds are better working conditions especially in factories
1.2.5 Key notes Very important labour force Large and very hard working Many are quick are quick to learn new skills And being ambitious to become part of the consumer society
2 UK
2.1 A developed country
2.2 Primary
2.2.1 Mining and fishing have all but ceased because sector has shrunk
2.2.2 Mechanisation reduce he number of people needed
2.3 Secondary
2.3.1 Clean, highly skilled factories State-of-the-art
2.4 Tertiary
2.4.1 Dominates the sectors
2.5 Quaternary
2.5.1 Now also established
2.6 Good wages for all jobs because of national minimum wage and trade unions
2.7 key notes
2.7.1 All sectors are good because of strict health and safety
2.7.2 Tech means not all jobs are in cities or towns
2.7.3 Work from home and being self employed And not seeing people face to face
3 Nike
3.1 Founded in 1964 in the state of oregon and is now based today
3.2 what manufactures
3.2.1 Clothing
3.2.2 Shoes
3.2.3 Sports equipment
3.2.4 And facilities
3.2.5 Taking advantage of cheap labour in japan and south keorea 1960's and 70's
3.3 1980's
3.3.1 Operations move from south keorea to tiland and indinisia
3.3.2 Move operations to china for cheap labour
3.4 2000
3.4.1 Increase of vientnarm productivity of china worth more
3.5 Shifting over time
3.5.1 Advertising using sports stars and sporting events
3.5.2 All shops now have their products
4 Tesco
4.1 Based in the UK
4.2 Back ground
4.2.1 Became big in 1980's
4.2.2 Started as a single grocery store in south east London (1956)
4.2.3 1998 made its first shop outside europe
4.3 Diversification
4.3.1 Sells a diverse of different products for all areas
4.4 out sourcing
4.4.1 Getting food stuffs, clothing and other goods producers such as Kenya Sri lanka and Bangladesh
4.4.2 Getting new markets
4.5 Globalising
4.5.1 6000 stores and 500,00 employies
4.5.2 Over 14 counties
4.6 Brand name
4.6.1 In all countries the logo can be recognised making it good for tourists
4.6.2 And they know what they would be getting
4.7 Globalisation
4.7.1 Importing foods and products from other countries so people can get a choice of foods
4.7.2 So people can try new foods
4.8 Conditions
4.8.1 Good working conditions in all areas which invite people back to the shop and know its all good products
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