Women are stagnating in the top 15 percent of jobs in this country—in every industry.
His wife, son, and daughter-in-law are all A-listers in the industry.
But the industry employs over 11 million people, and the EEOC received just 7,256 total complaints from all industries last year.
What is it about an industry of frocks that makes people go a bit bonkers?
If you want information about how things work, you have to get it from the people in the industry.
She found a scene of industry in the village, for the fishing had started in earnest.
They seized the chances for industry and commerce and amassed wealth.
Convoys crowded the grand route, which traversed vast prairies waving with grain and embellished with all the works of industry.
What, then, is the difference between a burglar and a modern organizer of industry?
The wide sea of commerce was stagnant; upon the realm of industry settled down a sullen lethargy.
late 15c., "cleverness, skill," from Old French industrie "activity; aptitude" (14c.) or directly from Latin industria "diligence, activity, zeal," fem. of industrius "industrious, diligent," used as a noun, from early Latin indostruus "diligent," from indu "in, within" + stem of struere "to build" (see structure (n.)). Sense of "diligence, effort" is from 1530s; meaning "trade or manufacture" first recorded 1560s; that of "systematic work" is 1610s.