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  • Differences in the level of development between DCs and LDCs
  • Economic well-being
    • Income per capita
    • Employment opportunities
  • Income per capita
    • Used to refer to the distributation of items such as
      • Money
      • Food
      • land
    • When we put the term ‘per capita’ to an amount. We are applying to each person in a specific country or place.
    • The average amount of money earned by a person is known as ‘income per capita’.
    • Is he poor or rich?
    • What future hold for him?
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  • Formula Total income genrated in a country in one year GDP per capita= Total population GDP refers to the total income generated by a country in one year
  • Employment structure
    • Shows the proportion of the workforce in three main employment.
      • Primary
      • Secondary
      • Tertiary
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  • Primary industries
    • Extracting or gathering of natural resources such as logging, mining and agriculture is carried out.
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  • Secondary industries
    • Involves the manufacturing or production of goods from raw materials such as garment or shoes manufacturing.
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  • Tertiary industries
    • Is made up of the sales sector and the provision of services such as banking, teaching and tourism.
  • Which industry generates the most income?
  • Triangular graph
  • Employment opportunities
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  • Who has more job opportunities?
    • DC or LDC?
    • DC has more opportunities in the tertiary sectors
      • Highly skilled / product knowledge
      • High education level
      • Labour cost is high (so how?)
        • Out source to periphery countries
    • LDC has more opportunities in primary and secondary
      • Lowly skilled
      • Post primary education level
      • Cheap labour
  • What is your choice of work?
  • Health
    • Life expectancy
      • Access to food
    • Infant mortality rate
    • Ratio of doctors to patients
    • Water supply
      • Access to clean water
    • Good hygiene
      • Education level
    • Sanitation
      • Clean toilet / good sewage system
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    • Do you dare to use the toilet facilities?
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  • Which water source you prefer to drink from?
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  • Education
    • Literacy rate
      • High literacy rate
        • Tertiary industry
      • Low literacy rate
        • Primary or secondary industry
    • Affecting pay / wages leading to standard of living & purchasing power
    • What do you think of the facilities of the classroom?
    • What are some of the problems the pupils will face?
    • What do you think of the facilities of the classroom?
    • What are some of the problems the pupils will face?
  • Primary Tertiary Secondary 10 10 80 C 80 10 10 B 40 35 25 A Tert Sec Pri Country