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April 1983, Vol. 106, No. 4
The service-producing sector:
some common perceptions reviewed
Ronald E. Kutscher
Associate Commissioner, Economic Growth and Employment Projection, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Jerome A. Mark
Associate Commissioner, Productivity and Technology, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Many service industries are capital intensive, and the range of expansion in output per hour is not significantly different from that found among goods-producing industries.
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