labour force

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labour force

, (US) labor force
nArbeiterschaft f; (of company)Belegschaft f

labour force

labor force (Am) nmanodopera
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It also add that the working population in the Zone currently stands at 14,070 of which 80% are women.
We have a tax system where millionaires do not pay tax, multinational companies find a way of not paying tax, half of the working population do not even pay a National Insurance stamp, and most of the working population claim back tax credits in one form or another.
Pakistan has large working population but due to lack of formal and technical education their presence is not significant.
The INS indicates that the working population in Tunisia stands at 4.
Is the rest of the working population so snowy white that such activities are considered so outrageous?
The introduction of universal health insurance means that the working population can now access quality healthcare.
The report said that even with a later retirement age, Britain faces a demographic time bomb, and needs migration of 130,000 a year to maintain the working population at its current level, reports the Guardian.
Some 23% of all cars sold in the European region are French and 10% of the country's working population is employed directly or indirectly by the automotive industry.
The research which looked at our work habits also showed 61% of the Irish working population have made "friends for life" through their jobs.
Until Labour follow the principals on which they were formed, there is no point in the ordinary working population voting for them as they are just a pale pink imitation of the Tories.
Summary: While longer life expectancy has obvious appeal, it also translates into an increased burden for the working population and the overall global economy
Flintshire is the area in Wales where people are most likely to work outside the country, with more than 21,000 people commuting elsewhere for work, or about 30% of the local working population.