Labour

The work people do

Definition

Labour is a form of manpower that is determined by the size of the adult population and is the primary factor of production for the economy.

Labour Jobs

labour is when people within society join the workforce in any form. Labour comes in many different form such as:
  • Trades
  • Office work
  • Military
  • Government work

Is it important to Australia?

Yes labour is important to Australia because without labour we don't go to school because the teachers would not be here. We would have houses that would keep falling down because there is not scientists, trades or engineers.

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