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informationalization
 n.— «It is not clear why expansion of total tertiary employment is “unhealthy” (P. 63) while increasing employment in “informationalization” (knowledge industries) is “healthy.”» —“Essays on the Service Industry and Social Security in Japan” by Richard Rice Journal of Economic History Dec., 1978. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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