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deny the progress in the development of the social sphere, healthcare, and the service sector, which also could not but contribute to an increase in the general level and quality of life on the planet. All these achievements were supposed to help the
labour and resources across sectors and occupations as demand shifts from durable goods (such as cars) towards services (such as healthcare). They will also result in a drag on economic growth as the labour force grows more slowly or even contracts. A