How the New ‘Industrial Age’ Became a New ‘World of Industrialism’

The industrial age was a time of immense growth for many industries.

There were more jobs, factories, cars, furniture, and a plethora of products.

But it was also a time for many people to lose their jobs, and to lose jobs to a variety of factors.

The great loss of industrial jobs is probably not what you think.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 40 percent of all American jobs were lost in the 1990s.

The majority of those lost jobs were in the service sector, manufacturing, and agriculture.

And while those industries lost about 15 million jobs between 1980 and 2010, a much smaller percentage of those jobs were replaced by technology.

The U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia has documented that the loss of jobs in the 1980s and 1990s led to the economic growth of countries in Asia and the Middle East, which were the world’s largest economies by 2020.

And in some cases, this new technology was being exported to the rest of the world.

In India, the new industrial age has led to a resurgence in manufacturing, according to a report by the UBS Center for International Finance and Investment.

This is also a story of rising inequality, according the report.

In the 1990-2011 period, India had the highest income gap in the world, at 32.6 percent.

India is also the largest economy in the region, and it was a large factor in this rising inequality.

In a country where a quarter of the population is below the poverty line, the impact of globalization and technology has been to push up inequality.

But India is not the only country that has experienced an economic boom.

China, the world is largest economy, is also seeing a surge in manufacturing and manufacturing jobs.

The report by UBS also points to other countries experiencing growth.

The United States is the world leader in manufacturing employment, and the UAW is also growing its workforce, the report says.

India, China, and Brazil are also experiencing a rise in their manufacturing industries.

While China is still struggling to meet the challenges of its economic growth, its economic slowdown is beginning to have a negative impact on its manufacturing sector.

China is not a country that is a perfect market for outsourcing and outsourcing is becoming more popular.

In China, foreign companies are outsourcing their manufacturing to a number of countries, including Vietnam, Taiwan, and South Korea.

This has also led to an increase in labor costs, which are expected to be more than 30 percent higher by 2020, according UBS.

The biggest concern for those who work in these industries is the impact that technology has on their jobs.

“If you lose a job in a technology industry, you can lose your job in any other industry,” says Jameel Shah, an analyst at the Institute for the Study of Globalization.

“You can’t just go to a job site that’s not really related to your job, and you won’t be able to find any other jobs.

So you have to find alternatives.”