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Hollins, Bill
Languages: English
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Subjects: UOW11
Employment in the service sector in industrialised countries now exceeds that in\ud manufacturing. In Europe and USA 80% of people are now employed in services and even in\ud Japan employment in services started to exceed manufacturing this century (Sakao &\ud Shimomura 2004). Therefore, engineering designers must turn to the service sector for new\ud opportunities and by doing so, will find many of their existing skills can be adapted to this\ud wider market. This paper looks at some of their skills that can be so applied.
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    • Sakao T., Shimomura Y. (2004). A Method and a Computerized Tool for Service Design. Design 2004 Conf. Cavtat 17-20 May.
    • D e v e lo p th e b u s in e s s F ig u re 1
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