Part of Prague's modern Stock Exchange hosts prestigious first floor business offices at the historical heart of a city that's the engine of the national economy. The Prague Stock Exchange Centre's exclusive location is ideally situated to be near the European headquarters of many international companies. The structure of Prague's economy has shifted from industrial to service-oriented, with the latter employing much of the city's workforce in areas like finance and commercial services. However, sectors such as pharmaceuticals, printing, food processing, transport equipment manufacturing, computer technology and electrical engineering are all represented. As the Czech capital, there's plenty of public administration activity around the presence of various agencies of the state. Tourism-related businesses like hotels and restaurants also thrive. Prague Stock Exchange Centre offers on-site lunch facilities, but is surrounded by shops, bars, theatres, cinemas and public transport options.