Economics - Economic Activity - Supply Factors - Real Unit Labour Costs
Real Unit Labour Costs
Businesses may reduce production if real wages (money wages adjusted for
inflation) are increasing faster than productivity. When real unit labour
costs  rise it makes it more expensive for businesses to employ labour.
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