full employment


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full employment

n
(Economics) a state in which the labour force and other economic resources of a country are utilized to their maximum

full employment

When all those who desire a job are employed and only frictional unemployment remains.
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Noun1.full employment - the economic condition when everyone who wishes to work at the going wage rate for their type of labor is employed
economic condition - the condition of the economy
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full employment

n (Econ) → piena occupazione
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