In 1951 96 per cent of people in work in Britain (1) _____ (to have) full-time jobs and the majority of these (70 per cent) (2) _______ by men (to be held). By 1998 25 per cent of jobs were part time and 45 per cent of workers (3) ______ women: (to be) so one basic trend in employment in the 1980s was a general rise in the number of part-time jobs for women,particularly in service industries. The number of people who (4) _____ self-employed also rose considerably, increasing by over half a million between 1983 and 1987 (to be). This (5) _______ due to changing work, patterns and to the high levels of unemployment of the 1980s (to be)

Ответ:In 1951 96 per cent of people in work in Britain (1) HAD (to have) full-time jobs and the majority of these (70 per cent) (2) WERE HELD by men (to be held). By 1998 25 per cent of jobs were part time and 45 per cent of workers (3) WERE women: (to be) so one basic trend in employment in the 1980s was a general rise in the number of part-time jobs for women,particularly in service industries. The number of people who (4) WERE self-employed also rose considerably, increasing by over half a million between 1983 and 1987 (to be). This (5) WAS due to changing work, patterns and to the high levels of unemployment of the 1980s (to be)

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