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The Demand For Labor
"The demand for labor and other productive inputs is different from the demand for consumer products such as iPods, books, haircuts, and pizza. Firms use workers to produce the products demanded... More > by consumers, and so economists say that labor demand is a derived demand. That is, it is determined by, or derived from, the demand for the products that workers produce.
Tigers’ Top Tens: Constituents of Rugby League
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The game of Rugby League Football is a team game made up of individuals. There are several positions, from full-back to loose-forward, not forgetting the substitutes, or interchange bench to use... More > modern terminology. Moreover, players may not often perform without significant input from a coach. Like the team, the game itself comprises various aspects, from tries and goals to vital defence.
This book classifies numerous top tens which constitute the game of rugby league. Each subject is listed in chronological order. Coverage includes which ten players have pulled on the black and amber jersey the most? Or which ten players have scored the most tries or goals? This publication not only answers these questions but delves into further areas of the experiences of those at the club.< Less