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Economic Activity Levels. Economic Activity Levels. There are four (4) levels of economic activities: Primary Secondary Tertiary Quaternary. Economic Activity Levels. Primary Level Economic activities that use the Earth’s natural resources.

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    1. Economic Activity Levels

    2. Economic Activity Levels • There are four (4) levels of economic activities: • Primary • Secondary • Tertiary • Quaternary

    3. Economic Activity Levels • Primary Level • Economic activities that use the Earth’s natural resources. • Examples include farming, fishing, mining, oil drilling, etc.

    4. Economic Activity Levels • Secondary Level • Economic activities that change primary materials into usable consumer products. • “Less developed” countries begin to manufacture products from primary industries. • Secondary industries mark an advancing economy in “less developed” countries. • “More developed” countries have a well established industrial base.

    5. Economic Activity Levels • Tertiary Level • provide services to primary, secondary industries, communities and individual consumers • Found in countries where economies have reached a stage where selling a product or a service is a major part of the economy. • These are generally found in “more developed” economies.

    6. Economic Activity Levels • Quaternary Level • Economies have reached the technological level. • People are involved in jobs such as information research, management and administration and have a mass consumption of goods and services. • Found in countries with the highest level of economic development

    7. Economic Activity Levels: Pencil • Secondary Level • Primary Level • Resources needed to make a pencil: • Wood • Graphite (Lead) • Rubber (Eraser) • Metal • Quaternary Level • Tertiary Level

    8. Economic Activity Levels: Pencil • Secondary Level • Putting the different resources that make up the pencil together at the factory • Primary Level • Resources needed to make a pencil: • Wood • Graphite (Lead) • Rubber (Eraser) • Metal • Quaternary Level • Tertiary Level

    9. Economic Activity Levels: Pencil • Secondary Level • Putting the different resources that make up the pencil together at the factory • Primary Level • Resources needed to make a pencil: • Wood • Graphite (Lead) • Rubber (Eraser) • Metal • Quaternary Level • Tertiary Level • Selling the pencil to consumers

    10. Economic Activity Levels: Pencil • Secondary Level • Putting the different resources that make up the pencil together at the factory • Primary Level • Natural Resources needed to make a pencil: • Wood • Graphite (Lead) • Rubber (Eraser) • Metal • Quaternary Level • The CEO (leader) of the pencil company • Researching and developing new types of pencils and better ways of making pencils • Tertiary Level • Selling the pencil to consumers

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