labour-intensive industry

labour-intensive industry
/ˌleɪbər ɪnˌtensɪv 'ɪndəstri/ noun
an industry which needs large numbers of workers and where labour costs are high in relation to turnover

Dictionary of banking and finance. 2015.

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