SS1: ECONOMICS - 2ND TERM
Firms & Industry | Week 14 Topics
Firms & Industry (Business Organisation) | Week 25 Topics|1 Quiz
Population Theory I | Week 33 Topics
Population Theory II | Week 43 Topics
Population | Week 53 Topics
Population Distribution | Week 64 Topics
Population Census | Week 73 Topics|1 Quiz
Labour Market | Week 83 Topics|1 Quiz
The Nature of the Nigerian Economy | Week 94 Topics|1 Quiz
Agriculture | Week 104 Topics|1 Quiz
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Occupation distribution is the grouping of the population of a country into different productive sectors or occupations.
Occupation distribution can be divided into three stages; Primary Occupation, Secondary Occupation and the Tertiary Occupation.
Factors like the level of technology, mineral/natural resources, level of training, and research affect occupational distribution.
Factors Influencing Occupational Distribution / Causes of Occupational Distribution:
1. Government policies in the areas of expansion.
2. Inadequate capital to carry out some economic activities.
3. The level of training and research.
4. The higher the rate of literacy the higher the people in tertiary and secondary occupation.
5. Limited market size.
6. Inadequate skilled labour and poor infrastructural facilities.
7. Political instability, high level of corruption and increase in crime rate.