What is LABOR-INTENSIVE INDUSTRY?

Industries requiring a large amount of labor to produce its goods and services. Traditionally, the amount of capital needed to produce the goods and services determined labor intensive industries. Agriculture, mining, hospitality and food service are some examples of labor intensive industries.

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