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labor market

A place where labor is exchanged for wages; an LM is defined by geography, education and technical expertise, occupation, licensure or certification requirements, and job experience
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A central question for analyzing the impact of rising labor force activity of women is whether the addition of millions of female workers to the labor market reduced male employment rates.
"We should form new favorable conditions in the current state of the labor market. Otherwise, it may lead to a sharp reduction of workplaces around the world.
Schwandt and von Wachter point to the fact that previous studies had only looked at the effects that entering the labor market during a recession had on college graduates.
While the authors found that the crisis began in Indiana in 2003, the maps in this article depict the cross-section of opioid severity and labor market tightness for Indiana counties over the most recent seven years (2011 to 2017).
The council is comprised of 14 workforce and labor market information experts who represent a range of national, state and local data and information users and producers.
The disciplines of the colleges of technology were designed to suit the needs of jobs and professions in the labor market. The private sector is always present in the councils of the engineering departments to contribute to the development of the most suitable majors for the labor market and its needs.
An FOMC voter, Yellen said that in formulating her interpretation, she will consider various labor market and general economic indicators.
KEYWORDS: labor market reform, institutional features of the employment protection system, Japan, Korea
until 2014, if they prove that will pose a serious threat to their labor markets.
Radwan al-Habib indicated to the importance of the report as an analysis of the labor market database for 2009-2010 in terms of demand and supply.
The recent recession that hit the global economy resulted in substantial contractions in GDP among major industrialized countries, but their labor market outcomes varied significantly.