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East High School Des Moines, IA - Peterson and Koch

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GDP (Gross Domestic Product) per Capita Is the ECONOMIC FACTOR in the calculation of a country's HDI. . .Along with Economic Structure, Worker Productivity, and Availability of Consumer Goods
Economic Structure Includes: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Quaternary, and Quintinary
Primary-Sector Includes. . . Agriculture
Secondary-Sector Includes. . . Manufacturing
Tertiary-Sector Includes. . . Services
Quaternary-Sector Includes. . . Information CREATION and TRANSFERMATION
Quintinary-Sector Includes. . . High-Power Dicision Making. . .And is a SUB-CLASIFICATION of the QUATERARY-SECTOR
Productivity Is the VALUE of a PARTICULAR PRODUCT COMPARED to the AMOUNT of LABOR NEEDED TO MAKE IT
Consumer Goods Important Consumer Goods: (Related To. . .) Transportation and Communications, including, Motor Vehicles, Telephones, and Computers
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