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Unskilled labor involves workers who are able to operate complex equipment and can perform tasks with little supervision. True or False?
Unskilled labor involves workers who are able to operate complex equipment and can perform tasks with little supervision is FALSE because unskilled labor are people that work with no skill, their job requires no skill, [ normally they only work with their hands. ]
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User: The traditional theory of wage determination states that wages are set according to the laws of supply and demand. True or false?

User: Unskilled labor involves workers who are able to operate complex equipment and can perform tasks with little supervision. True or False?

Weegy: Unskilled labor involves workers who are able to operate complex equipment and can perform tasks with little supervision is FALSE because unskilled labor are people that work with no skill, their job requires no skill, [ normally they only work with their hands. ]
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User: Labor mobility refers to a. the ability and willingness of workers to obtain more education to move into higher paying jobs. b. the ability and willingness of workers to relocate in markets where wages are higher. c. the ability and willingness of workers to move between labor grades. d. all of the above

Weegy: Labor mobility refers to D. all of the above
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User: The Great Depression a. turned popular opinion against unions. b. turned popular opinion in favor of unions. c. destroyed the labor movement. d. gave rise to the first unions.

User: The Great Depression a. turned popular opinion against unions. b. turned popular opinion in favor of unions. c. destroyed the labor movement. d. gave rise to the first unions.





Weegy: The Great Depression (B) turned popular opinion in favor of unions.
Expert answered|weegy2x|Points 204|

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