Labor intensive

Labor intensive in industry and business refers to the immense labor requirements that a company must undertake in order to be competitive or to make a profit. These companies are affected by the current wage requirements but not on interest rates because labor from employees are more important than other assets like buildings, transport equipment or other types of machinery when making the business profitable.

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