But broader measures of labor-market frustration remain at very high levels.
This is patent, else the scab would not loom so large on the labor-market horizon.
In the labor-market we stand ready to sell to the highest bidder our mere muscular strength for so many hours each day.
Our best economists reprehend the policy of depleting our labor-market.
An area of economic exchange in which workers seek jobs and employers seek workers. A “tight” labor market has more jobs than workers. In a “slack” labor market, the reverse is true.