market for labor

an analytical treatment
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Suppose there is only one employer in a labor market. Because that employer has no direct competition in hiring, if they offer lower wages than would exist in a competitive market, employees will have few options.Wage pressure, skill shortages characterize tight labor market: Staffing firms in Beige Book Founded inStaffing Industry Analysts is the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions.Measuring the Informal Labor Market.

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