1) Lifestyle of a farmer can be defined as a game against nature. Man power is the main source of production. Many natural factors affect the work and the lifestyle of a farmer like weather, quality of soil and water. Seasons and availability of sunlight during daytime determines the work pace. There is little technology used and productivity is low. There is high population in households and this leads to underemployment. Society is traditional, has a routine and there is an authority.
Life of a factory worker becomes a game against fabricated nature. They have rigid working hours and time clocks with routine tasks. Due to high hierarchy in industrialized society they are treated as “things” commanded to produce the most with little gain.
The use of human labor for a teacher is his or her intellectuality. Rather than physical strength a school teacher makes a living with knowledge and teaching skills. Social life is harder because when compared to a farmer or a factory worker they are living for a community. They have higher needs according to the Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. While they are working in service industry they will be looking for services for themselves also.
2) Even if higher proportions of work force shifts towards service labor every day, it is not possible for an economy to be entirely based on services. For a nation to have good service economy they should satisfy the first two stages of economic activity which are extractive and goods-producing stages. Most of the GDP generation of a country may be based on service economy, but still they would need necessary amount of extractive and goods-producing economies.
3) Self-service is a labor-saving device and these savings can be translated into more efficient output. Enhancing self-service technologies is necessary to maintain the current standard of living for their worker and retirees. To give a simple example average bank transaction costs are reduced with self-service technologies...