The Secret Life of the Office
Today, over 50% of jobs are in offices, but 160 years ago the figure was only 1%, and the only office workers were 'Dickensian' clerks. They had considerable status and freedom to organise their work, and kept financial ledgers, but there were no forms, memos, reports, etc.
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SERIES 2: car internal combustion engine quartz watch telephone radio set video recorder
SERIES 3: fax machine lift word processor electric light photocopier the office
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