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Revenue-generating work is producing a product or service for sale.
Businesses are surviving today by cutting overhead personnel to an absolute minimum, and then cutting some more.
There are many things that "need to be done", such as janitorial services, where it makes no sense to hire someone on your payroll, particularly with intrusive governmental regulations.
You do not generate any revenue until you SELL IT.
You don't sell it without DEMAND.
Companies hire more people when the demand for their products show the need.
As for janitorial services, what make you think the janitorial company you hire does not have government regulations to contend with?