What is the percentage of people employed in agriculture in Canada?
It's stategically correct to be 0-13%
That's not exactly true. I got my answer from my online schooling book and it said..
In both the United Kingdom and the United States, by the mid-1970s more than 95 percent of the employed population was in manufacturing and services and less than 5 percent in agriculture.
Canada is a very diverse economy with each region having it's own industries and cultures targeting certain industries. For example a Francophone from Quebec is very likely to be employed in the civil service, a person from a remote coastal community to be employed in the fishing industry. A person in Alberta is likely to be employed in agriculture or the oil industry, and a person in the far north or remote reserves least likely…
Which states had the highest percentage of employees in the upholstered household furniture industry?
Basically he used many ways to reduce unemployment, he employed people into the army as part of rearmament, he also employed people into public works administration to help build and recover from the treaty of Versailles. Actually he removed most of the people who were unemployed including Jews and other non-Aryan people. By doing this the unemployment percentage dropped but the actual number of people employed did not increase too much