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  • 1. What kinds of work do people do? Employment Structure
  • 2. What percentage of people work in different sectors is called the EMPLOYMENT STRUCTURE of a country. Research scientist, designer, consultant Part of Tertiary sector, but focusing on research and development and IT Quaternary Doctors, teachers, sales, managers, actors, footballers, etc Providing a service Tertiary Factories making cars, computers, clothes, etc also construction. The manufacturing and processing of raw materials into a finished product. Making things! Secondary Farmer, fishing, forester, coal miner, oil extraction The extraction or cultivation of raw materials. Growing things or taking them out of the ground or water Primary Number in class Examples Definition Sector
  • 3. Results of class survey
    • Divided bar chart
    • In Zahorie I think the employment structure might have …
    • In Bangladesh I think the employment structure might have …
  • 4. How does the type of work people do vary from place to place?
  • 5. Employment Structures
    • Produce a divided bar chart for 3 countries
    • Choose 1 country from Europe, 1 from Asia and 1 from Africa
    • Compare the charts, how are they the same? How are they different? Why?
  • 6. How are wealth and type of work connected? Where in the world are areas of high, medium and low agricultural population?
  • 7. Agricultural Population and Wealth
    • Is there a correlation between agricultural population and how rich a country is?
    • Can you think of a focused hypothesis linking these two?
    MALAWI ETHIOPIA BANGLADESH BRAZIL FRANCE UK USA JAPAN Purchasing Power US$ Agricultural population % Country
  • 8. Evidence and Conclusions
    • Use Excel or work by hand; produce a Scatter Graph to investigate if there is a correlation between Agricultural Pop and Purchasing Power.
    • Produce a map to show their distribution of countries with high, medium and low agricultural populations.
    • Conclusions
    • Richer countries have more people employed in _______sector and _______ sector. Poorer countries have more people employed in _______ sector.
    • Countries with medium and high agricultural populations are generally located in ____________________ . Countries with low agricultural populations can be found ______________________ .
  • 9. Extra Extra Extra
    • Use Excel to produce a Scatter Graph to find out if there is a correlation between Purchasing Power and another statistic.
  • 10. Assessed H/W
    • A Day in My Life
    • Write 2 accounts with this title, one for a rich (MEDC) country and one for a poor (LEDC) country.
    • Imagine you are an adult of working age.