Synonyms for labor force

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The labor force attracted to the towns and the North by higher wages.

First of all, there is no scientific organization of the labor force of the world.

This is why, when a labor force has come to be mostly Slav, it will soon be all Slav.

The labor force had increased by 54 percent compared with its size in 1960, and the number of women workers more than doubled.

Its labor force is large enough for the level of the country's industrialization, but there is a shortage of skilled workers.

At this rate, the labor force in 1970 would be about 375,000 persons.

The steel mills in Pennsylvania, like the railroads, also found it difficult to keep a stable Negro labor force.

Including these peasants, the participation rate in the labor force was 80 percent.

"A" is little or no work experience, and entry into the labor force basically, with no vocational choice.

"B" is an entry into the labor force or relatively so, or re-entry with a questionable choice.

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