The pie charts indicate the distribution of employment in different flatforms, including manufacturing, sales, and services, in town A and town B between 1960 and 2010.

It is noticable that in town A, services-related jobs became more popular than those in other sectors, which had the biggest rate in 2010. Meanwhile, in town B, despite the growth of jobs in the services and sales sectors, manufactuaring still remained the highest percentage of workforce in both years.

In 1960, 40% of people in town A worked in the manufacturing sector, and that decreased roughly by half in 2010, or 21%. The same trend was seen in the percentage of people choosing sales-related jobs which halved from 30% to 16%. Services jobs had only 20% of employees in 1960, however, that suddenly surpassed other sectors to attract the highest proportion of employees at 64% in 2010.

In town B, in 1960, The majority of people chose the manufaturing flatform to work, despite this slightly dropped in 2010, from 70% to 53%. Services and sales sectors, by constrast, rose in the proportion of employees of 15% and 2%, respectively.

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The pie charts indicate the distribution of employment in different flatforms, including manufacturing, sales, and services, in town A and town B between 1960 and 2010.

It is noticable that in town A, services-related jobs became more popular than those in other sectors, which had the biggest rate in 2010. Meanwhile, in town B, despite the growth of jobs in the services and sales sectors, manufactuaring still remained the highest percentage of workforce in both years.

In 1960, 40% of people in town A worked in the manufacturing sector, and that decreased roughly by half in 2010, or 21%. The same trend was seen in the percentage of people choosing sales-related jobs which halved from 30% to 16%. Services jobs had only 20% of employees in 1960, however, that suddenly surpassed other sectors to attract the highest proportion of employees at 64% in 2010.

In town B, in 1960, The majority of people chose the manufaturing flatform to work, despite this slightly dropped in 2010, from 70% to 53%. Services and sales sectors, by constrast, rose in the proportion of employees of 15% and 2%, respectively.

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The pie charts indicate the distribution of employment percentages of people employed in three different flatforms, including sectors: manufacturing, sales, and services, in town A and town B between in 1960 and 2010.

It is noticable that in town A, services-related jobs became more popular than those in other sectors, which had the biggest rate in 2010. Meanwhile, in town B, despite the growth of jobs in the services and sales sectors, manufactuaring still remained the highest percentage of workforce in both years.

Overall, jobs in manufacturing and sales decreased in Town A, whereas in Town B, jobs in manufacturing declined but those in sales remained stable. Moreover, employment in the services sector more than doubled in both towns.

In 1960, 40% of people in town A worked in the manufacturing sector, and that decreased roughly by half in 2010. , or 21%. The same trend was seen in the percentage of people choosing in sales-related jobs which halved from 30% to 16%. Services jobs had only 29% of employees in 1960. However, that suddenly surpassed other sectors to attract the highest proportion of employees at figure increased substantially to reach 64% in 2010.

In town B, in 1960, The majority of people chose the manufaturing flatform to the proportion of workers in manufacturing was 70%, but that , despite this slightly dropped in 2010 , from 70% to 53%. Jobs in services and sales, sectors, by contrast, rose minimally in that same period, from 20% to 22%. Furthermore, the sector representing employment in that town grew significantly from 10% to 25%. in the proportion of employees of 15% and 2%, respectively.