Industrial lighting industry shifts from an industrial to a porn industry

The industrial lighting industry has shifted from an industry dominated by men to one dominated by women, says a report from the International Labor Organization.

“This shift is a critical change in the economic and social conditions of many women,” said Isabelle Wiltse, the country director for the U.N. rights group ILO.

The shift “has created significant economic and other difficulties for women,” she said.

Industrial lighting employs more than 5.2 million people and is one of the largest industrial sectors in the world, employing more than 1.4 million people.

The industry is based in many countries around the world and employs more women than men.

In 2012, the industry employed almost a third of the U,S.

workforce.

The industry has been hit hard by a number of global trends, including the rise of pornography, the introduction of artificial intelligence, and a reduction in the number of jobs, the report said.

The rise of the Internet has made it easier for consumers to access pornography, said the report.

Despite the changes, the sector continues to employ millions of people, said Wiltsel, who was a member of the ILO delegation.

“The industry remains a significant employer and the unemployment rate among the sector is very low,” she told reporters in New York.

“So we’re not alone.”

According to ILO, the industrial lighting sector has about 4.6 million employees worldwide.

It is the second-largest employer in the United States, behind the telecommunications industry, which employs about 3.3 million people, the organization said.

About one-third of the industry’s workforce lives in the U., with the rest in countries in the Middle East and Africa.

The U.S. is the only country where industrial lighting is not a part of the formal economy.

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