Secondary occupations- We get different types of raw material from primary occupations. However, most of it cannot be used directly. We need to process the raw material and make the necessary changes. The occupations that process raw materials and produce new materials are called secondary occupations
How were the contributions of nicolaus Copernicus and Galileo galilei to the scientific to the scientific revolution different?
How were the contributions of nicolaus Copernicus and Galileo galilei to the scientific revolution different?
The term primary occupation refers to a field job that involves taking raw material from the environment. There are nine primary occupational categories: 1. Professional, Technical, and Managerial Occupations 2. Clerical and Sales Occupations 3. Service Occupations 4. Agricultural, Fishery, Forestry, and Related Occupations 5. Processing Occupations 6. Machine Trades Occupations 7. Benchwork Occupations 8. Structural Work Occupations 9. Miscellaneous Occupations
When comparing the cosmology of Copernicus with Ptolemy Copernicus had provided a far explanation for all the celestial motions?
There is a variety of occupations that study dead people. Some of these occupations are: Coroner / Forensic Examiner Anthropologist Pathologist Homicide Detective (to a degree) Each of these occupations serves a different function. Some study bodies to learn more about history and culture, others study them for disease and science, and others study for legal purposes.