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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
tasks of voivodeships as local governments include matters in the scope of education, health-care, culture, environmental protection, spatial planning, sports, defence and development of infrastructure and organisation of public transport. Voivodeships
are known to employ workers in occupations requiring low skill level. Such sectors (which are also known as employing many migrant workers) are construction, agriculture, transport, healthcare, domestic care, etc. As can be seen from Table 2 , in