Introduction:The economy grows by a number of factors. These help determine a stagnant or healthy country.
Manufacturing is a term used to describe the goods made by industry or cottage industries in an economy. Governments track the amount of manufacturing and group industries into basic categories such as automobile.
Building and construction -- both commercial and residential -- help economies grow by creating jobs to build and finish the new structures. The term "new starts" describes new construction done during the year. Sometimes "new home manufacturing" is used to describe this portion of the economy.
Jobs mean cash in the economy from paychecks and a growing economy has lots of new jobs each quarter. Employment layoffs and cuts mean the economy has serious troubles.
The amount of cash available by consumers to purchase goods and services and the amount of cash spent by industries to do improvements and expand manufacturing and production signal a growing economy.
Expanding economies also offer increased services for people, companies and governments. Services are things done by people for other people and companies, such as personal duties and health care.
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