In the 40 years after 1941 the proportion of New Zealand workers in the primary sector, which includes farming, fell by half to less than one in eight. By comparison, more than half the workers were now in the tertiary sector, which covers the service industries. Despite this, the myth that the true New Zealander lived on the land remained strong.
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Source: Brian Easton