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労働力, ろうどうりょく

  • rōdōryoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • labor
  • labour
  • manpower
  • working force

Examples of 労働力,ろうどうりょく in a Sentence

There is a labor shortage of computer programmers.
Hanson is wrong when he states international economic developments led to great migrations of labour in the seventeenth century.
Japan will need more labor to cope with its declining birthrate.
Forty percent of the workforce are white-collar workers, most of whom have some of the most tedious and idiotic jobs ever concocted.
War bankrupted the nation's resources and manpower.

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