labor force

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1. Number of workers in a firm.
2. Number of individuals in an economy who either are employed or are seeking employment.

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Having a good labor force can go a long way into making sure that your business puts out the highest quality product it can.
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In light of their dismal fourth quarter, senior executives searched exhaustively for ways to save the company money without resorting to layoffs because the last thing they wanted to do was negatively impact the labor force.
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My uncle was part of the labor force that would go into the mines and work and it made me feel agitated because it was dangerous.
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