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Unformatted text preview: human labor, most labor is employed in the service sector than in basic manufacturing and human labor is relatively skilled and high-paid Peripheral Nations -Countries where production is based on technology that relies more on cheap, relatively unskilled human labor than on expensive and complex technology (only technology is from a core nation) and machinery. o Uneducated Semi-Peripheral nations-countries in which production is based on mixture of intermediate levels of machinery and technolog, and semi-skilled, moderately-paid human labor Semi periphery produces components, finished goods to the CORE-receives Services, Jobs from Core Periphery produces raw materials, finished-goods to CORE-receives Services and Jobs from CORE Comparing Core and Periphery year 2005-Higher the GNP/C lower infant mort rate higher life expectancy o We can get goods cheaper o But we lose jobs as a CORE nation...
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