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labour market in Economics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlabour marketˈlabour ˌmarket British English, labor market American English noun [countable]  PEthe people looking for work and the jobs that are available at that time married women re-entering the labour market
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labour marketThe directive is designed to ease labour market restrictions and strengthen the single market.An analysis of the results should shed light on the workings of the Northern Ireland labour market.Being in work, nomatterhow poor the conditions, opens up the possibility of recruitment into the primary labour market.Lone parents have much smaller proportions of household heads in the labour market than two parent families.Age barriers also served to structure the young adults' experience of the labour market.Problems would seem to exist on both the supply and demand side of the labour market for designers.