Industrial occupation meaning and example!

Mmeguyleo

Mmeguyleo

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As the name implies or suggest industrial occupation involves activities that has to do with the physical production of goods or changing of raw materials into finished or semi-finished products. Industrial occupation can also said to be any activities involving processing and extraction of raw materials into finished or partially finished products which will possibly include assembling coupling of the component part together to make new organised ones as a whole: examples of industrial occupation include extraction, manufacturing, and construction and workers who indulge in industrial activities include farmers carpenters , fisherman, miners, welders and manufacturers.
Let's further consider types of industrial occupations: EXTRACTIVE OCCUPATION: this set of people engage in obtaining raw materials as well as natural resources from the Sea or the soil they are also concerned with making raw materials available from sea or land, MANUFACTURING OCCUPATION: this area of occupation concerned with activities of those who process and turn the various raw materials into primary products of finished products after going through a transformation process to add value as well as utility, finally we have the CONSTRUCTIVE OCCUPATION: this basically is concerned with all activities that has to do with assembling and manufacturing items into usable form thereby for various uses they engage in road bridge house construction etc.
 
Kingsley

Kingsley

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Nice concept indeed, I remember my early days in school when a teacher once said that where there is smoke there are jobs, this simple translate to the fact that when we are in seaech for jobs then we should be prepared to work where ever we come in cantact with durst and dirty. I wonder what life will certainly look like if all these industries are missing in our environment today, infact life will be difficult and people will suffer an on told hardship. The industrial works has made life much more easier and make goods and services to become less expensive and very much available for all to access. Yes the industries has been classified into various segments and all of them playing a fantastic role to make life more comfortable, when we consider thr extractive industries that class deals with deriving raw materials from the earth and deliver it to the manufacturing and constructive industries before the final product get to the end users.

With all the enormous advantages these industries might have in our world today they still have some negative effect on we humans as their activities one way or another affects the human health as a result of their waste. Hence there should be laws in enforcement to regulate and checkmate their excesses.
 
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