Category:Service industries

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The Service industries (More formally termed: 'tertiary sector of industry' by economists) involves the provision of services to businesses as well as final consumers. Such, then, include accounting, tradesmen like mechanics, plumbers, and computer services, restuarants, tourism, etc.

tertiary sector of the economy 
service sector
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Instance of economic sector
Part of three-sector theory
Follows
  • secondary sector of the economy
Followed by
  • quaternary sector of the economy
Said to be the same as
  • service sector
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Hence, a Service Industry is one where no goods are produced whereas primary industries are those that extract minerals, oil etc. from the ground and secondary industries are those that manufacture products, including builders, but not remodeling contractors.

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