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The growth of the service economy caused A. an increase in American blue-collar jobs. B. a decrease in new small businesses. C. an increase in worldwide average wages. D. a decline in U.S. union membership.
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service jobs != blue collar so a is out service economy is done by small businesses so not b service jobs not high paying so not c service people dont join unions so i would go with d
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An increase of American blue-collar jobs

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service jobs are not blue collar: blue collar Refers to employees whose job entails (largely or entirely) physical labor, such as in a factory or workshop. For a piece of work to be termed blue collar, it should be directly related to the output generated by the firm, and its end result should be identifiable or tangible. Historically, in the West, manual workers wore blue shirt collars but clerical workers wore white. See also white collar. Read more: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/blue-collar.html#ixzz2LsWLKwpB service industry An industry made up of companies that primarily earn revenue through providing intangible products and services. Service industry companies are involved in retail, transport, distribution, food services, as well as other service-dominated businesses. Also called service sector, tertiary sector of industry. See also primary industry, secondary industry. Read more: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/service-industry.html#ixzz2LsWf7XLX

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