Water and the economy

The importance of water for jobs in agriculture, industry and everyday services.

According to the UN, 78% of all jobs in the world depend on water. About 1.35 billion jobs were considered “heavily dependent on water”, in agriculture, industry and everyday services. The lack of water in these sectors leads to the loss of jobs. What about your job? Does it depend on water to exist?

Content published in March 15, 2018

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