Education for the Service Occupations
by Irvin S. Noall - 1943
As the name implies, the service occupations have to do with producing comfort and protection. This protection is of life and property, as in police and fire service. The comfort service represents a much wider range of activities—assistance in the home, in personal grooming, food service, and service received through institutions.
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