Definition of Labor market

1. Noun. The market in which workers compete for jobs and employers compete for workers.

Generic synonyms: Market, Market Place, Marketplace



Definition of Labor market

1. Noun. (economics) A market with labor of workers. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Labor Market Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Labor Market

lablab
lablabs
labmate
labmates
labneh
labor
labor-intensive
labor agreement
labor camp
labor camps
labor coach
labor contract
labor force
labor leader
labor market (current term)
labor markets
labor movement
labor organizer
labor pain
labor pains
labor pool
labor resources
labor union
labor unions
laborant
laboratorian
laboratories
laboratory

Literary usage of Labor market

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1. Education Indicators: An International Perspective by Nancy Matheson, Laura H. Salganik, Richard P. Phelps, Marianne Perie (1997)
"From the perspective of both the individual and society, returns in the labor market are a major goal of investment in education. In the United States, ..."

2. Developmental Impact of Rural Infrastructure in Bangladesh by Raisuddin Ahmed, Mahabub Hossain (1990)
"INFRASTRUCTURE, THE RURAL labor market, AND EMPLOYMENT Infrastructure ... Second, infrastructure development may improve the efficiency of the labor market. ..."

3. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1917)
"211: "The labor market is unorganized, resulting in confusion, waste, ... This will make possible the complete organization of the labor market, ..."

4. Migration and the Labour Market in Asia: Recent Trends and Policies by Nihon Rōdō Kyōkai (2003)
"IGUCHI, Y.(2002), "Changes in labor market and International Migration under Rapid Economic Adjustment in Japan" Paper presented to the International ..."

5. Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering: An Update (1993)
"However, the existence of disparities between groups does not prove or disprove the existence of discrimination in the labor market. ..."

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