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5 population* * The definition changed in 1961 to ‘economically active’, in 1971 and 1981 to ‘in employment’, and in 1991 and 2001 back to ‘economically active’. uk, Table CAS028. as the sector shifted away from female-dominated domestic service. Lastly, transport and communications shows a remarkable stability of employment despite changes in the means of transport and the growing diversification in telecommunications. One of the most important changes of the century was the growing significance of women to the labour market.
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