In a perfect world the desirable solution for the smaller centre with a need for new employment would be to establish a manufacturing or processing factory which would become the principal source of employment. Of the many problems of development, the most difficult to resolve, but nevertheless fundamental to the economic well-being of any country, is that of job creation. The general means of intervention is by means of national planning and over the last twenty years many a national plan has been prepared which has among its other goals that of increasing employment opportunities. Parallel with trading is the growth of that other fundamental human activity, building, which cannot be ignored when considering employment creation. Given the possession of certain basic skills, even a relatively small community will have a range of metal-working activities, probably specialist in nature.