will have hospitals, schools, colleges, graveyards, grounds and public parks.
level, compared with an average of 53 percent across all the sectors
we studied there.
Q: Do the private sector
and government need to work more closely together?
This represents an increase in giving to the health sector
Although unpaid overtime is prevalent in the non-profit sector
, it is not unique in this, in that "considerable shares of managers and professionals across the labour force work unpaid overtime.
The service sector
plan - which was also implemented last month in the San Gabriel Valley and will spread to the rest of the MTA's operations countywide by year's end - was designed by MTA Chief Executive Officer Roger Snoble to answer concerns raised in recent years by political and community leaders that the transportation agency was not responsive to local needs.
33) The state provides the opportunities for entrepreneurs by allowing entry into previously closed fields of activity, and by legislating for monopoly or oligopoly business conditions in many sectors
of the economy.
This article presents a summary of the high points of the first federally funded analysis of nationwide data on the structure, growth, and performance of rehabilitation in the private sector
and is based on a 30-month study completed in 1987 by Berkeley Planning Associates and Harold Russell Associates.
The growth of debt in the nonfinancial business sector
has left the lowest income-to-interest-expense cover since the 1930s.
Admitting that residential construction is the most active sector
, Fransen said that this was particularly noticeable in 1989.
Information Technology and Business Services Sectors
Low long-term interest rates in the three largest economies in spite of ever increasing budget deficits and higher oil prices are a stern reminder that the corporate sectors
of those economies have not regained full health.