But the industry employs over 11 million people, and the EEOC received just 7,256 total complaints from all industries last year.
Increasingly, as these industries develop, on-site solar and wind is a way of guaranteeing a lower price for electricity.
These industries are broadly consistent with global classification systems used by the investment community.
The PC industry also had the lowest customer satisfaction among the industries surveyed.
industries from manufacturers to hotel chains are adding staff; only government is laying off workers.
Would it not be better to spend the same amount of time and money compiling information about the industries of one's own town?
"But freedom of exchange will close up some industries," said a critic.
The three industries mentioned above make up her circle of possible choices.
By the time of the Spanish War American industries had found their stride.
The industries of Cceres include the manufacture of cork and leather goods, pottery and cloth.
late 15c., "cleverness, skill," from Old French industrie "activity; aptitude" (14c.) or directly from Latin industria "diligence, activity, zeal," fem. of industrius "industrious, diligent," used as a noun, from early Latin indostruus "diligent," from indu "in, within" + stem of struere "to build" (see structure (n.)). Sense of "diligence, effort" is from 1530s; meaning "trade or manufacture" first recorded 1560s; that of "systematic work" is 1610s.