If you go online and read some of the online content in the business sector you will see tens of thousands of articles about every aspect of business. Still, you will see a disproportionate number of articles on the service industry. This seems odd considering that more people are employed in the service industry than any other sector of our economy.
It’s true, go to the Department of Commerce, and see for yourself. There is also information at the Small Business Administration on this. It’s a known fact that our service sector employs more people in the service companies are both large and small.
Some are doing billions of dollars a year, single corporations, but for the most part they are small and medium-size businesses. And they do just about everything in our society; they fix our cars, do our home improvements, wash our cars, and take care of our elderly. These companies don’t sell a product, they are service companies; and whereas, they might sell a few products now and again their business primarily in servicing America.
Over the last three years, I’ve written over 50 articles specifically geared towards the service industry, what I’ve found is these articles are very well received, and the readers of these articles often send me feedback thanking me for the information. For those that write business articles, I sometimes don’t understand why they skipped this sector, as if it doesn’t matter. It does matter, and there is a thirst for information in the service industry.
Companies want to know how to stay more efficient, schedule their work, train their employees, recruit the best workers, manage their businesses, market their companies, and a whole slew of other subtopics. You literally could write all your online articles on the service industry alone and never run out of things to write about. I hope you will please consider this.