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Q: Which is an example of a change in the price of another resource that decreases labor demand? (Points : 1) A decline in the demand for computers in Europe reduces the demand for workers in the
domestic computer industry. The rise of hair salons for both men and women reduces the demand for barbers. A decrease in the educational skills of manufacturing workers decreases the demand for such workers. An increase in the price of chemical equipment increases the cost of producing fertilizer, thus decreasing the demand for workers who make fertilizer.
A: Chemical fertilizer are man made They pollute the environment No In agriculture To fertilize and cultivate plants that can produce an income and/or food It is put out right before a plant produces its [ food Plants [ ] ]
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User: Which is an example of a change in the price of another resource that decreases labor demand? (Points : 1) A decline in the demand for computers in Europe reduces the demand for workers in the domestic computer industry. The rise of hair salons for both men and women reduces the demand for barbers. A decrease in the educational skills of manufacturing workers decreases the demand for such workers. An increase in the price of chemical equipment increases the cost of producing fertilizer, thus decreasing the demand for workers who make fertilizer.

Weegy: Chemical fertilizer are man made They pollute the environment No In agriculture To fertilize and cultivate plants that can produce an income and/or food It is put out right before a plant produces its [ food Plants [ ] ]
tiffcharris34|Points 50|

User: Compared to a purely competitive firm, a monopsonist will pay: (Points : 1) a higher wage rate to its workers lower wages but hire more workers than the purely competitive firm lower wage rates and hire fewer workers than the purely competitive firm lower wages while hiring the same quantity of workers as the purely competitive firm

Weegy: The answer is "lower wage rates and hire fewer workers than the purely competitive firm "
Expert answered|bongche|Points 2975|

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