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The genetic industries include agriculture, forestry, and livestock management and fishing—all of which are subject to scientific and technological improvement of renewable resources. The extractive industries include the mining of mineral ores, the quarrying of stone, and the extraction of mineral fuels
Figure 3 illustrates the changing roles of industries in the composition of Montana income since 1930. The goods-based industries of manufacturing, construction, mining, and agriculture now comprise about 24% of Montana’s personal income derived from work
labor demand in manufacturing was a change in skill demands within industries, not across industries from less skill-intensive to more skill-intensive. manufacturing industries during the 1980s employed relatively more high-skilled workers than in the 1970s, even though wages of these workers had risen