Definition of Labor resources
1. Noun. Resources of available manpower.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Labor Resources
Literary usage of Labor resources
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"To Mobilize labor resources I now come to a very difficult subject, and one which ... I now come to the mobilization of the labor resources of the country, ..."
2. The Domestic Costs of Sanctions on Foreign Commerce by Richard D. Farmer (1999)
"Government Programs to Minimize Adjustment Costs Many reasons exist for believing that capital and labor resources will remain fully employed, ..."
3. Agricultural Intensification by Smallholders in the Western Brazilian Amazon by Stephen A. Vosti, Julie Witcover, Chantal Line Carpentier (2002)
"The initial land base having already been discussed, this discussion centers on the effects of household financial assets and labor resources upon arrival. ..."
4. Irrigation Technology and Commercialization of Rice in the Gambia: Effects by Joachim Von Braun, Detlev Puetz, Patrick Webb (1989)
"Growing the new rice crop required a shift of male labor resources under the authority of compound heads from traditional maruo production in upland fields ..."
5. Achieving Food Security in Southern Africa: New Challenges, New Opportunities by Lawrence James Haddad (1997)
"Persons with high incomes in rural areas have better access to land and labor resources, for reasons external to this analysis (they may be clan lineage ..."
6. National Employment System: Hearings Before the Joint Committees on Labor by United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and Labor (1919)
"BILL To promote the more effective utilization of the labor resources of the Nation. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United ..."
7. The Industrial Evolution of the United States by Carroll Davidson Wright (1897)
"The Civil War a great labor Resources of the South. These two things, which appear paradoxical—the cheapness and the cost of labor—of themselves, ..."