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April 1984, Vol. 107, No. 4
The employment shift to services:
where did it come from?
Services did not gain all of its jobs from those lost in the agriculture and goods-producing sectors; employment growth stemmed largely from expansion of the labor force, particularly the increased participation of women.
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