2 edition of Ontario study of the service sector found in the catalog.
Ontario study of the service sector
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Ontario. Ministry of Treasury and Economics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||118, 34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||118|
FSCO was established under the Financial Services Commission of Ontario Act, (FSCO Act) with a legislative mandate set out in the FSCO Act. FSCO's legislative mandate is to provide regulatory services that protect the public interest and enhance public confidence in the sectors it regulates. The majority were located in Ontario (42%), Quebec (18%), Alberta (17%), and BC (15%). In , the largest sub-sectors by share of employment were Computer systems design and related services, Architectural, engineering and related services, and Accounting tax preparation, bookkeeping and payroll services. Major issues and trends facing the.
Service Sector: The service sector produces intangible goods, more precisely services instead of goods, and according to the U.S. Census Bureau, it is comprised of various service industries. The public sector is no exception. Traditionally, it has been seen as a passive vehicle for executing social policy mandated by legislation. Increasingly, however, accustomed to enhanced service delivery from the private sector, citizens/businesses view the public sector as another provider of ‘services’ – services for which they pay taxes.
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Services sector employment approached million ingrowing each year, on average, by 2% since (see Figure 13). This performance has picked up markedly since the “commodities boom” began, as the services sector grew on average by % per annum between and Service Industry Service Industry The Canadian ECONOMY has 2 main components, the goods-producing sector and the service sector.
The former includes agriculture, forestry, mining, fishing, construction and manufacturing (see also ECONOMICS). Access information on service industries such as culture and leisure, logistics and supply chain management, retail trade, specialized design services, tourism, and transportation.
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the intermediate input intensity were responsible for the service sector labour productivity growth acceleration in the latter half of the s. In short, to date the service sector has been a success story in terms of productivity growth. However, to further close the remaining Canada-U.S. service sector.
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Although Ontario is a manufacturing powerhouse, the services sector is the largest part of Ontario's economy. It employs 79% (or million people) of the province and makes up % of the province’s economy. Examples of Ontario's major services sector include business and financial services, professional and scientific technical services.
Ontario is striving to achieve its service vision to be recognized for meeting or exceeding customer expectations for high quality, cost effective public services. Through its Service Framework, Ontario recognizes the need for enterprise management of end-to-end service delivery across an integrated network of service channels.
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