The service sector, also called tertiary sector, is the third of the three traditional economic sectors. The other two are the primary sector, which covers areas such as farming, mining and fishing; and the secondary sector which covers manufacturing and making things.

The service sector produces intangible goods, more precisely services instead of goods, it is comprised of various service industries including warehousing and truck transportation services; information sector services; commodities, securities and other investment services; professional, technical and scientific services; waste management services; health care and social assistance services; and arts, entertainment and recreation services. Countries with economies centered around the service sector are considered more advanced than industrial or agricultural economies.

Examples of service sector jobs include housekeeping, tours, nursing and teaching. By contrast, individuals employed in the industrial or manufacturing sectors produce tangible goods, such as cars, clothes or equipment.

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