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How Changes in External Influences Have Contributed to the Growth of Tertiary, Quaternary and Quinary Industries in Australia

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How changes in external influences have contributed to the growth of tertiary, quaternary and quinary industries in Australia.

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How Changes in External Influences Have Contributed to the Growth of Tertiary, Quaternary and Quinary Industries in Australia
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External influences have contributed significantly to the growth of tertiary, quaternary and quinary industries in Australia in a significant way. These three industries all provide services. The tertiary industry involves performing a service for other people, for example, plumbers, retailers, banks, dentists, and doctors. This sector has grown rapidly over the last 50 years and now comprises 75% of all businesses in Australia. The tertiary sector has been subdivided into the quaternary and quinary sectors due to the size. The quaternary industry includes services involve the transfer and processing of information and knowledge, for example, telecommunications, IT, finance and education. The quinary industry includes all services that have traditionally been performed in the home, for example, childcare, hospitality and tourism. External influences have l...
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