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THE TERTIARY SECTOR

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on 17 November 2015

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Transcript of THE TERTIARY SECTOR

THE TERTIARY SECTOR
The tertiary sector, also called the service sector, is made up of businesses that offer manufactured products and
services to consumers.
Many people working in the tertiary sector provide us with services
We can divide these services into different areas
Doctors, nurses and dentists all work in the HEALTH SECTOR
Teachers work in the EDUCATION SECTOR
There are people who work in PUBLIC SAFETY
FIREFIGHTER
SOLDIER
POLICE OFFICER
SECURITY GUARD
Some people work in SKILLED JOBS, such as
MECHANICS
ELECTRICIANS
Some people do ADMINISTRATIVE WORK, such as
secretaries, bank clerks and civil servants
Some people work in CULTURAL PROFESSIONS, such as
There are people who work in the JUDICIAL SYSTEM, such as lawyers, prosecutors and judges
TRANSPORT
The transport industry
moves passengers and products from
one place to another.
WATER TRANSPORT
RAIL TRANSPORT
ROAD TRANSPORT
AIR TRANSPORT
TOURISM
Spain
is one of the most
popular tourist
destinations
in the world
BEACH HOLIDAYS
ADVENTURE HOLIDAYS
CULTURAL HOLIDAYS
RURAL HOLIDAYS
RETAIL
Retail is the selling of products to consumers.
Types of businesses:
HYPERMARKETS
They are usually located
in towns and cities
SUPERMARKETS AND
DEPARTMENT STORES
They are usually located in towns and cities, often in
shopping centres
SPECIALITY SHOPS
They offer only one type of product or
service. They are usually located in the
city centre or in shopping centres.
SECRETARY
CIVIL SERVANT
BANK CLERK
WRITER
MUSICIAN
SCULPTOR
ACTOR
PAINTER
LAWYER
PROSECUTOR
JUDGE
ADVERTISEMENTS
There are many ways to advertise products and services.
The most common ones
are on television, on the
Internet and in
newspapers and magazines.
RESPONSIBLE
CONSUMPTION
We can be responsible consumers if we control our use
of products and services. This will also help us to save
energy.
DENTIST
DOCTORS
NURSE
AND
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